The Ocala banner

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The Ocala banner
Uniform Title:
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title:
Ocala daily banner
Alternate Title:
Daily banner
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala Marion County Fla
The Banner Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
September 25, 1908
Publication Date:
Weekly[<Jan. 3, 1890-Mar. 5, 1943>]
Weekly[ FORMER Aug. 25, 1883-Dec. 28, 1888]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER Dec. 30, 1888-<Apr. 29, 1889>]


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note:
Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note:
Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).

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.. h Holier block. whi.c: ill ; Z. C. CHAMBLISS. Vci President
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Ilt FMH H i., ; *, :" ..... ....... "' I ;c but has now ben with the ETERNAL REST
vg' -r{ ', '" r- if'l :'':;, :"rl'' is "iim'hs- l; on for nearly a year. He ___
__;_| r ...,*. is a very pleasant young genti.-man, The sad n,'Ws of the ,leaTh of M s
so- ovule"t b"" 0',imo. ... n atN[IeI
,- I ...e-=w"a I lr- B : rord a!.,:n at Pel- md we hope our people will aid him j. A. Pittman which occurr.,I ,.luring
a& A .W.",.i 1 ::. .-I.'.' -. Tnn.. :his }ear. in making the bureau a big success, the night Thursday, was l'-arned with
o eabe#-. ,%.M. a- n ap at The Times-Union already has bureaus the most profound sorrow and gritf
ma --- {;; ," .; *nri-s -,um1er, having at Tampa. Key West, Miami and St. bv every one who knew her. Hr
Pm onU sp-n :t h: ..,s in Savannah and *Augustine, whive tave proven very death was a great shock as very few
a 11 _/ c^ ^ 'S E at Ash S -.villr return ,shortly profitable. people knew that she was ill. She
Sto Hu1llii.- ,' (o" 1oi ins, Va. Mr. Robinson proposes to give Ocala was taken sick on Tuesday ani on
ma MissL Eug,'' a ..:' has retiurInel a big free write-up and hopes to have Wednesday became so much wor-e
o t A Aci,- '4o0 for h.r finishing year. the same profusely and handsomely that her son, Dr. J. H. Pittman. was
.E- iis Br'nhaS ath i .an at th,, illustrated. He expects to do all in telegraphed for. He reached Ocala
______________ '.:-._ W:'-.,n-n S-ni:, iry in Atian-ia this his power to promote the welfare of from Jacksonville early Thursday
y f M r. Ocala. and re wants our citizens to morning and was with his moth,.r all
The, tr i,. sr -. ),f Mr. .'. r .r. 1''I, t Vath. r :s sh(' I 'lco-o(flrate with him to this end. (lay and until she died.
iar-l. %1 i, h.. ., rrv t.*tarn "::t h:., in .... as h.ts. in(, Mr. BraEnlitv Mr. Robinson's phone number Is Mrs. Pittman was about fift,-six
.,i,.I ttt' ili at l,.! tor is.' l hr. is ak ing his sco(I y, 4t!2, and h- will be pleased to have years of age. and with her husband
I.? An't. f v*anyone call and have a talk with him. and children came to Ocala from T-n-
r 1.Tli.- .I;i- net othersers leats t hiT He particularly wishes to meet our nessee many years ago, and ,as liv.,
.Mr. I. nT .lar ir'.tirn- hn. "w.,.k fr( Troy. N. Y., to re-en,'r the, ministers, as he expects to give th, in this city ever since. Her hustiband
esir,,id at l( ris, -. -r,! Se ', E,:nia Willard school. ,'hurchos of Ocala especial prominence and three grown sons survive her. andl
tr *i.I. ..r~at. wh.r, se snt Mr. Harry Rubin has gone to hIil in his write-up, and he hopes to oh- they have the tender sympathy 4f
,.I ,a,.mhia edto:k lical course at ain cuts of the vario,:s churches and their friends all over the state in
th'- r. (it P.
M- T. vok an I children other public buildings and prominent their great loss.
M-. 1 \ ',, ,' *. an l.c'ir hhir.n Mr. l.awrtn(e Price will be at men of the city. A purer or sweeter woman n-%or
Sr r ,* it Tay,,,... B-,ach. ha%--- "(ho( rwlihis y ar at the Washington Mr. Robinson is just recovering from lived to bless the world with h,-r
r I-' I!,f,.I a. a),ldt v i r*ty at Lexington, Ky. an attack of fever, but will immediate- presence than Mrs. Pittman. In h..r
-ain Biar-1,..MePhail Melver an,1 ly begin work along these lines, home life she was a model and iht.
'I- *"' .: *,' -ni i :.c. .,r, are at the Binghan fragrance of her memory will li%, atl-
;, .,. ' *, Yli.i*arv .A -:',l; ivy ;.'! A sheville.
; r ir,. o Y' M ... ofa l \'.I f YA ei.MISS JESSIE OWENS WANTS 70 ways in the hearts of her loved ones.
S .:II Mrs. n( l I) onall chro ADOPT TWO CHILDREN She was loyal to her family, !oyal to
t,.-- "- wii!l a'ttend the Phillips Ex.-ter _____ h__
,.- in New ,haPhil. Tp s e wa riyher friends and loyal to her Savior, te-
(',!1..^ in New Harnp,-hire. The followIng l-,tter was reentlyvtig a member of the Christian church
*I. ."b. .,:,-* -;i:',- ho'ne SI i:- Lo:i s and .lonn Cha:al have return- written by Miss Jessie Owens ofanamemrofth Ch s crh
and! a very -arnest and consecrat-..d
'.A % fr-.n I-;4-. \V,Ji- an,' is witn i ', & :,Io ST.. Miar ':: College in Mary- Sparr to Mayor Dunbar of Auguita won an. She did with all her pow-r
leg Mary Spar Maoi Augu , sta, woman. She did with all her p'w-r
-,' M \r- R. r. Yongei. Iu: !>..! ,. i ('h.,rlie Chazal will attend Ga.: what her hands found to do and was,
... I I .-' .' ii ,, l>i. an, "- col,..gv in New York City Sparr Fla., Sept. 12. 190( .
,-, in Nw York C S Fla., never happier than when ,loing .,-
f'.sI y'-r. as wVill also Morris Smith. Mayor of Augusta, Augiista, Ga.: thing for thosa. hei |eon, an.t:
'',t To th -'hi- Mla: -zh.hton. James Taylor and Do you know of any nice little chil- whom she was so gra ly lo ve ..
,,f > '.- ,',. T o, ;- o w lh a t t h tr '." h m h a-s r a t y lv,. S .
.. ... .'.ow tat' :.. (Cap- 1:'niian will he at the 'ni- dren that were left orphans by the
'. -. I *":,;", ,' to T *I'f" -- 1 I i 0 '." a i possessed a keen insight into h':rnan
,' .Ty f, f Iloinla. an,1 Edlwin Sp,-n- floo1 l in your city? I would lik some an c u w facility
2 1 -. "'''' ..* 11 ^ , nature, and could with easy facility
I'*" Ils I .11'r ( arnri-ha'-1! Frie.-4 of voodI f.^ *) o ". tor mv o ject is ,., ,
,. l.. .., (ar1a a Eret of oo ar az. fo j adapt herself to any environment HF.r
,,, i.r r .*M ..i *. '.i .TT-.n.i S'rtson Unixersirv at to .Aive ,hem a first class education noltruive oon s enlar,
1 \' ' t,'- k, ry i.' n,_ v.- .. _, uno trusive 'oodn,.s endear l t-
.11 i,. l.Un~'. and ,',ake entlen:en :nd ladies of all who knewv h r,, and there ar,' i:,a:,y
*. :-h *i--:.:-,, *. .all ho new -r. and there art, mrivi>
ei t' n h n d h e r h..t h"r t h e m i. a l l "o 1" " l
::; ':r' nex" l .e ih anl her r'thr, them. hat will Sorlyiv mis-. her char'nii.n
+.a'.e ': n.e i r oli]'mt)"a Col,, e-- I b.av no ,lNs., ,0 vaste non-.v On
ht a Il's.s n O Sh, wa-; ot a iil';-
-"! 1.", .'- :i!i. thot who we-o.;! ^be too *iull to T <- '1.1,
"- .l-v bright an sirinnv i hp,-*ani.r-?i.
Su v:- '-o and Dick Do, le anlI adlvan't Da,-,o of i;,prtIni iv offr,.I.
\i'-- ' '* ii. n cinl1 n. i.^ ,<. .i -,. . *carrying her che. r 'liln*1-s- whi-r. \f--
Ai' L 'I '" ha ,,n N ;'To I atr nliiing Davidlson jike Irihr-min,IelI children wvith
.- *-she w ,., thc,r,-, v ,lhri oh! i ,.in -. r, iI,tn
N. N'(l>-. N. C.. and Fr'ederick Hocker good disp)ositions. those of whom I -,I.(
",h ',:.,'.:-on, ille. N. (a ('ln "h" i var ts. hfrav
I So t C I A 'is Attning a military college at Ma- coull f'-e !'roud of in the best co:n- ____
,. a *'- f Ein ).PTh riar'.lAfi l. |a. hearts.
r_ ion. Alhana. pany. Let me hear from you. please. MELVIN BURDEN DISCHARGED
,I s B#,ssie Porter will he private Yours Truly. ____
, *Tu (' ahh(I w M ill oc- I erw'a-y To the presidlent of Brenau. MISS JESSIE OWENS. From Fridas Dail:
.' . %!,, -,* (,n M r. C harlle -- "-T SS E O W ..- From Fridlay's Daily:
., i. on M.,! w'r, an!l I 'vo.l also take a special course in P. S.-Prefer children from 5 to 10 e preliinar haring ot Mh
.. . . ,. : ; .T h e ip re lim in a ry hp a rin g o t NI. l,
a... -., ', -" ; , I.t.,l c, a:,l Misses Alta Parson years of age and would lik- to have Burden for the murdelr of E. B. S;,ra,.
a- Y-- iw a arueri:, Porter will also at- a brother and sister, or two sisters, in last Saturday nigbt was held lI,.-t,r.'
Mtr I,, !:,. .",i"" rah,, hompe Brenau. Miss Owens is one of the bost ystera morning
Mir I. n IV,.. hvt-r.'avheA livheme f Judge Joseph Bell Netra lriL
IWf\i11r Cleveland will return rT, 1-nv.-n citizens of this county. She- There were several witnesses
Mt ,'n,.A" .il Tr,'Il~,~l~' I"r 411his trip to "h- There were several witnesses ,.am-
\ .. <'i' ha', it^ I,,,n ',n e for RolPins College. ana his broth-,r is a remarkable woman, and is al- e and the evidence all went ,0
('i-I:r!i 'Cleve!,lnd. will go to .Jcks'i- w.-.'s eagerly engaged in dinng some- showthat the ,o, was commi.v,,
.h.... af i*in .. ,, t-i| ii,{o 7. conux*rs :at the Mh .e' thing for the betterment of her fellow | defense. Mr. Robert A. r-
ur.-Iii self defense. Mr. Robert A. Bulr-
B s s .... h! Hebr Trl- ismen. Her desire to adopt two little.
HerterttC!er ford very ably defended the prison.
'- n.l nd Mis Fl:'-r- rns to Naville to continue his orphans and rear them to bean honorwhile the state's interests were look-
.~ ~~~h~mT' V Misse cal suiens. esn h assr.adMs wes red nM-
'. I: ),n h,',, r, |.in,,d hom( frp: medical studiesI to their country is indeed a noble edafter by Hon. Raymond B. Bullock.
h.te.,,r.!,.. bhr, they spent the Miss sire friends Tia he case created a great ,teal of in-
-t t>.r u 'h Mrs R. W. McDonal~l.d I nt tl' summer in Michigan. will rion hope she will be successful in her terest as both Spragin and B'ir, ..n
.,r., Mi-. F]l -'' 1. people and the court room was lack-
! Mr N1aM.,o, Ti.on reached home last George MacKay. Jr., who is now in ENGAGEMENT OF MISS WART-;ed
T':it.-, :r,,ni at trip To Fort Worth. New York. will also, we und, rsand. MANN AND MR COX IS Ae the witnesses had all been ,,-\
T., a- 'h'r n-' purchased a carload' be among the Ocala boys away at ANNOUNCED an a t attorneys maae their
,, :T ,.E;:, ',<' T. xas ponies. When college this winter. speeches, the jury acquitteal Birltn
th,.o ."r :\1, T.hw will obe turned over Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Wartmann and he was discharged.
't, : .I c" tow,,ll ot Anthony. who A NOTABLE WEDDING AT ;SLAND announce the engagement of their
S:'1 .l;,,->. ot 'h,.m in this section. GROVE daughter, Mary Elizabeth, to Mr. Eu- FISH AND OYSTERS
gene Henderson Cox, the wedding TO -
\Mr .oti,! Mrs .lerry Burnett and Isal ,oeju ave"
-(nrah from thmeirSn sl andl Grov'e, just tbove Citra. was take place on October the nineteenth. Mr. J. E. Stevens of Crvtal Riv,.r
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The remaining twenty pastors have
been transferred to other conferences.
p Presiding Elders, 1860 to Date
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A Clonts. 1867; T. W. Moore. 186S and Defies "Teddy" To Prove His Assertions That Governor
1%;9. Jas. P. DePass. 1870, 1871, 1880.
1%Sl and 18is2; E. H. Giles, 1872 and Haskell Has Had Unlawful Connections with

1%7:. F Pasco. 1875 and 1876;

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se tai. t at. ealn. oria::. I C. Morrison,. 1906 and 1907.
Ni i -Mbm .r ,m gof Jhn (Lh rcl. ..... . .-... ..
#,09oOfo- of nraOf the, above named bishops-21 in
a -%w% m01 .niher-all have died except Bishops
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G t .t K.'. Galloway. Fitzgerald. Candler.
_. \%.slon andi Morrison. one of whom
tr ali Cy .rItIfl'.- frolu 1 ,,, .ta.
by. suttlrannuated and another unable to
S1,) full work.
T lr ^e~ b 59e -__ lb % hwrro -h rch' if"r ,h,. compiler of the foregoing sta-
T ota ,a, -4 -lv..s is the only living member left
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t_ ih t- o the. nimenbers of St. Johns church

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WetalisM4 toy a Tlhflrawal f nni 1",;,' .... ... ..
rar 1 "[ Onp army of the living God.
h To His command we bow:
S(r-if church c i Part of his host have crossed the flood
WTsS,, f rr', I. ,, o ,1l1'.--.,4 n,-ii .
_t, fri1%6ooIa---4 ni And iart are crossing now;
6" ', E*n now by faith we join our bands
N . ,i-m-4 t? rKltpu:, iiQl fronm I *,, to .-:.L ., ., .. .. . ___
Dow1. 1 a4 o from Ii"to With those that went before.
:Ant greet the blood-besprinkled bands
Ra*,*, .. t h ftopqg.t ht alh mei tm u On the eternal shore.
of. . late .7 m.-mil'ry.
Pywm' *am4mtwrship ',t th' church NERY
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0 lw ^ or na m..m l.. st.r lan .. . ; ^ ^
O f .te....i..alm.",nt'".. .w ".lD-an Seattle. Sept. 22.-A cannery in full
WI [a maa Marg h. .atl~', who).. .. ..
N W Maro h. wie wi owratilo at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific
th rvma of Spb.-u William. xposition in 1909 will demonstrate
J -- ^ ali a4 TirKo iaa+ 1K1' o ho. with .. ., ,, ., x
Sa 4 Thmas I-i ho. withthat the salmon is the best prepared
t wclv w Arr' S wiv Arrmaa mAuRN-. (arihnsatind most acceptable food product put
um .r4e-am" t`. W,'r, ori- into cans. There is no more inter-
*a ^imlwr. Al- Altw-rt ( lark. ..... ..
S Ali Awrt lark. *sting or remunerative commercial in-
Tomi. i rfrnk a,' Ilhn .1 (. o rnto ..
- lustrv on the Pacific coast than the
tllilir l 'l i. t< ' .r i..
t n h business, and there is hardly any
Par' ag t, b It *r.,,, aI to. t.tom- .s- P ".
o t "thtr industry that is less understood
thov. ha ti 'w' marage* or about which there is more preju-
(t.' ^BT hil,. r,-. ilwrst of Th," .. .. ...
cth pt hilm. of-infantohthic' among consumers than the sal-
-buuwh ltap m ,f tafan- has on cannery. It is for the purpose
, *ttA< id' t,, olhain ( il O s tustnt\ .
"aof tu-hicating the people and giving
Ili nm Iuuore confidence in this indus-
IB th r.1[ i-.t.'r t h It nh , of ,'a (ch . ._, .
Isi thet-iorho-tianiof tchtry that the management of the expo-
I t,.r I- hntnn,, ,-",hits .ati ew waIi *rt-it% P4 i'ion is arranging to have a conm-
r fc ^ h ,, a ttls, l, t h , r ** * , 1 . 1 i. .
a r.~ l,-tt salmon cannery as one of the
*fI t *! 1>' all-|-,->*',| of( |l thT r t l .-.-'h . . i. ,.....
*bhe-% and bI. Uh't-thr li\ exhibits in the fisheries building.
b -r lihiral t<. a'rlT t o ( htrch ....-.. .
i Within view of the visitors, a can-
tc w f, rf.n,,* elxp ull~l,t or ,i,.ath . ... . .
tv f~e rv!'la tirute'oi th nine plant, equipped with the most

OmtT Fro 19 to Date niodern machinery, and operating to
S i't capacity, will be shown. A per-
SU .14,httb, %is.- .lit. T Stm ., will h, able to see how the ma-
I(ni I.1 % t>i 1i1,.. Rotw'i!- (hilcrn. CUts off the fins. tail and head,
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91 ;a"* 0oa- snhi In** mmOry ,4 Eady. 1"77; S. E. Phillips, 1878 and
te *.msipO.wr an.i t 'ster.d In a rt"gi -I l H E Partridge, 1883 and 1884;
Sot v.,.-ri |g .ap wfi from It to Chas A Fuiwood. 1885. 1886, and part
Lv A. the rcr h Wa anugth of 1'87,. when he was assigned to Key
s \pbi- of Marionc Wst ana iW. F. Norton transferred
~I w,stwoo~ta ~th. vsitror EliUfits l
IM sO-thhnpug the t the district l t as presiding elder; W.
1 ,, a, -b.'t 'hr'M{h bth' tn- S Richardson. 188S and 1889; J. C.
og'" .-'-m ,r th. Ma4,bInlIt church L.9 and 1891; W. F. Norton,
Ss-d Aof th.ih.m a. tiwn. I 92. 1S93 and 194; E.J. Holmes,
krN ^t t.'.ut ful h v--t ,, ,^ ^ ^ g
brtuWw for.? a dutiful 1a%115: J C Sale. 1896. 1897, 1898 antl
ttqhh,. b', t 'jn, I It.ll that! 'C A Saunders, 1900; Ira S.
pe" h 's!1.....9i t* 'he- 'laaticl 116m. pa .,n, 19n 1 and 1902; D. A. Cole,
t>. .t. .'ttha V--'not ol l..:;. J P. Hilburn. 1904; F. R. Bridg-
S#4 ..,- l t ,b.- te- r.m-iainng e., 1'. 1906, 1907 and 1908.
am .o..- n. ta .1 i th. w-.t,'ternD Of the, above. Revs. W. L. Murphy,
-0 the mn-, -y radiant J J Sealy.T. W. Moore. 0 Eady,
O etrs Who) hh a.- t n (w]Mxn#"ft-td S E. Phillips, Chas. A. Fulwood, W.
wbtth be churbrc frn. 'tn-to taot F Norton. W. S. Richardson. J. C.
m nbo-ro and p&ad ..rmbut tatany), y. Jas. P. DePass, J. C. Sale and
S b. laity *d r'rap oth.t,. in E J Holmes have died.
wfte ,the 1,j taso for thbe pro- Superannuated: E. F. Gates and E.
.wrUtas ofI tke, has iri of all the' H. Giles
r with thW. jurnimlction of Left the conference: M. A. Clonts.
I1W. H-t ,1' Bpl.rupml church, .^ ""pp ^ r ^
16P Vvfbaoiist Sp upal church. Effective: Revs. F. Pasco, D. D., H.
IB4o, E Partridge. C. A. Saunders. Ira S.
Sth pr 2 or lSS a ^ Patterson. D. A. Cole, J. P. Hilburn,
lsd at BUarso choolliD D. and F. R. Bridges.
SwitW a afs huodrd yards, Bishops for Conference Year
oft *erhurrwh mow stand.'t G F. Pierce, 1860, 1861, 1865 and
IM uV" t4W th l Mthly appoint %67. 73. 1876, 1877 and 1880, J 0.
Nwa r ft h e yvr 144t. a ub Anrws 1862 and 1863; H. N. Mc-
afttba famw ebre buldig ands's
ha" WW4aehur h butlOing W Tyeire. 1S66 and 1881; W. M. Wight-
to th o mt i*t Johnt OwIn%- .man. 6S. 1870, 1871, 1864 and 1865;
IM^ tWarb*WW thsatil1i l I D S .Doggett, 1869 and 1879: E. M.
OW to. beu' wasc miar Marvin. 1 72: H. H. Kavanaugh. 1878
paml.,4 oboWaa, rekld4.d g,,til and '1,%2- J. C. Keener, 1883 and
; to W oo trict coernc. 9 Linus Parker, 18S4; R. K. Har-
S-Japr prshded oyear b 5; E. R. Hendrix, 1886; J.

ft r. t, eM SMmua wa m uprrc.aeMi hy l,,I.l anal IS96; W. W. Duncan, 1890,.
WM a .u r. y, ^ ^
26 p 46.dhun-b eflc.- .recti i 94and I 97,; J. C. Granberry, 1S91.
Cbs %4*'i' / :tj I<4 t". soleiftitldia .,1t., and 19,1,; 0. P. Fitzgerald, 1S92;
ftabrt, amob- dtict .. f .\r G; laygool. SI93; 'W. A. Candler,
l "I .k I I. ,. ,r- ,l .- .r , ^ .. . .....^
b eN- IS!!. 1 M 'r l '.: 1 19,14 and 1905; A.
SC.oke ,- Smith, 19#o2; A. W. Wilson.

terday morning from Asheville, N. C.,
where he had spent the past month
with his family at "Witchwood."

Mr. M. L. Payne of Fairfield, one of
Marion's best known farmers, was in
Ocala Tuesday, and reports farming
conditions excellent.

Mrs. Ueorge Feltham and children
who were numbered among the Ocala
people summering at Lake Weir. have
returned home.

possession, or if you have no proof
I request that you indicate a method
by which the truth may be ascertain-
ed. Without consulting Mr. Haskell
I will agree that he will appear for
investigation before any tribunal.
pubic or private which you may indi-
cate, and I will further agree that his
connection with the national commit-
tee and with this campaign shall cease
in the event that the decision of such
tribunal connects him in any way
with this charge, or in case you, after
and investigation of the facts, say
that you believe him guilty of the
charges made.

Cannot be Misrepesented
'As the candidate of the democratic
party, I shall not permit any responsi-
ble member of the republican organi-
zation to misrepresent the attitude
of the democratic party in the present
campaign. I have assisted you to the
extent of my ability in remedial mat-
ters which I deemed for the public
good which you have undertaken; I
have urged democrats to support such
measures, and I have advocated more
radical measures against private mo-
nopolies than either you or your party
associates have been willing to un-
"The platform of the democratic
party is clear and specific on this sub-

Everyone Is glad to see littl.E K.i,'i
Armstrong with us again. trebh tfrom
his New York home. His n ither
Mrs. O'Brien, and whom w- al! re-
member as Mrs. Goclman. ani ih.,
was one of our jolliest visitor :a*
winter, came with Eddie. acomtpann
ied by her husband. They ,.x;,, rI,
rent the Lon Terrell houst- f )r th,.
Mr. Tremere and Miss Minni. nf,3,d'
a trip to Ocala Monday
Dr. Izlar of Ocala. Mr John (irn.'v
of Lake Weir and C A. Trem-r,. of,
Belleview have been appointed ,a (a-)n
mission of freeholders by the <-->cou
commissioners to lay out a road trom
Belleview to Lake Weir We tru.,
they will recommend a roadway that
will be the most suitable for tb-* ,jt
ple's needs.
John Lyles is on the sick li,,'. w.-
regret to note.
Mr. and Mrs. Sirdefielli havw r.',itru
ed from their outing in Sot,- h .ira,
lina. looking fresh anda ra,--th-
Mr. Hiltoa expects to start hi-s -4

Detroit, Sept. 22.-The remarkable
spectacle of a presidential candidate
rebuking the chief executive of the
nation for making statements deemed
to be unjustified was witnessed today
when W. J. Bryan, in a telegram to
President Roosevelt defended Gov.
Haskell of Oklahoma, treasurer of the
democratic national committee
against the charge that ne had unlaw-
ful connections with the Standard
Oil Company. The telegram is as
"Hon. Theodore Roosevelt, Presi-
dent of the United States-Dear Sir:
In a statement given out by you yes-
terday and published in this morn-
ing's papers, you endorse a charge
made against Gov. Haskell of Okla-
homa, to the effect that he was once
in the employ of the Standard Oil
Company, and as such employee was
connected with an attempt to bribe
or influence Attorney General Monet
of Ohio to dismiss suits pending
against the Standard Oil Company. In
endorsing this charge you attack the
democratic party and its candidate,
saying that 'Gov. Haskell stands high
in the councils of Mr. Bryan, and is
the treasurer of his national campaign
committee,' and you add that 'the pub-
lication of this correspondence not
merely Justifies in striking fashion the
action of the administration, but also
casts a curious sidelight on the at-
tacks made upon the administration,
both in the Denver convention, which
nominated Mr. Bryan, and in the
course of Mr. Bryan's campaign.'
"Your charge is so serious that I
cannot allow it to go unnoticed. Gov.
Haskell has denied that he was ever
employed by the Standard Oil Com-
p)any in any capacity, or was ever
connected in any way whatever with
it or with the transaction upon which
your charge is based.

Demanded Investigation
"Gov. Haskell demanded an inves-
tigation a the time the charge was
first made. offering to appear and tes-
tify. and he demands an investigation
now. I agree with you that if Gov.
Haskell is guilty as charged, he 's un-
fit to be connected with the demo-
cratic national committee, and I am
sure you will agree with me that if
he is innocent he deserves to be ex-
onerated from so damaging an accusa-
tion. As the selection of Gov. Has-
kell as chairman of the committee on
resolutions at Denver and also as
treasurer of the democratic national
committee had my approval and en-
dorsement, I feel it my duty to de-
mand an immediate investigation of
a charge against him endorsed by the
president of the Untted States. Your
high position as well as your s'nse
of justice would prevent your giving
sanction and circulation to such a
charge without proof, and I respect-
fully request, therefore, that you fur-
nish any proof which you have in your

Mr. Jack Camp returned home yes

known as a trust, and it will not rv-
ceive any money from such. If an,"
money is contributed by such per-
sons without the knowledge of the
committee, it will be returned as soon
as the fact is discovered.
"The democratic party is mikig
an honest and an honorable fight in

will "step off" in stylI, and l sltv* Bli,-
view a grand wedding, such a&. ha-
not been seen her'e In years T.) th.'
blushing to-be-bride we comm.-n.! h.r
choice, as Willie is one of the mt st
deservedly popular younz m.,n in
Mr. Joseph. Millsom has bought t'h..

defense of the principles and policies I Lon Terrel louse, next dajor t I
enunciated in its platform, and it ex- home and is cleaning up. g-tting It
pects and will demand fair and hono;'- ready for tenants.
able treatment from those who a'-e Miss Laura Freeman writer tha'
in charge of the republican campaign. she is homesick. an wnts to coi
"With great respect, etc.. very rruy home so bad, but that th coi-taant
yours, round of pleasure and visits tha .h.-r
"WILLIAM J. BRYAN.' friends and relatives get upi in h. r
From Associated Press Dispatch, in honor keeps her busy andi ,n'tg-i.
Times-Union. so that she finds it next to ltni;o-i
ble to tear herself away
.....- ... Professor Hicks is very w,-ll '*.a.
Mrs. WV. F. Yocuni of Gainesville i. al with the attendance and Il,'po.-t
in the city on a visit to her daughter, ment of his scholars, antl feels pa-as
Mrs. W. T. Gary, anal her granalchil- ed on the whole with the t dren, Master Wilbur Gary and tiny Belleview and his school.
Miss Maude Louise Gary. i We regret to note that Mr Amn,-
Nott is at home suffering from an at
Dr. H. P. Mills. who was thrown tack of dengue fever.
from a buggy at Holder a few days Mr. John T. Haines is working for
ago, was able to be out yesterday. Mr. Converse at his mill in Ocala
He was badly bruised and shaken up. The Hon. John Lawrence Carn.y- of
and is still limping painfully. the Lake Weir section sends "wrt
i up here to Belleview that he ha r t1i.

Dr. S. H. Blitch is at home rom
his trip to South Florida. He visited

finest game chickens in the county
We want to differ with the Honorable
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Special Cor. Ocala Banner: The AiI We were pleased to see our oi containma pi-tr- A k
friend, Dr. Abshire, drop off the train' landi 4 frot ,Ir'"' ,m
Monday, accompanied by hi' estlma-A ing Mr 4tw!* au i .
ble wife. whom we had never had wh.el The. a,. !- .-*
the pleasure of meeting before. The That A'lau'a n
doctor is looking fine. and states that in ni.-chanf,4' "..t ,,o i -
he has not felt better in years. WAe ii.ntnce ,A I.% '*' tO
expect the doctor will take up him a r.nmarkt, a, *
abode with us and be one of us ono, to, ha,.- ,4 1.', '*
m ore. h,..i .- ' j
The old timers here remember Dr ,',,'i A *' t -. dt '. aw, -
Abshbire as one of the most pr!gr,. -lve "'*'"- A K
citizens that Belleview ever haI. u f,.rni.r 4
terly fearless in the discharge of hi., ral!r *.: .,. , *
duties, kind and sympathetic as' a in n. f .,r , ,' .,-
physician, and wise in his coun-l!' to I r:;t'-1.t I's
all who came to him in trouhibl anl ir In ,.' I tl- ti ,4
distress. Stay with us. doctor in .. ., r. ..* ,

I -d -,,m ill in th e co u rse o f tho, n -xt w -,,-
ject, as on other subjects, while the mi in the course of t" wt s.i
platform of the republican party is The Mason hol thir r'
uncertain and evasive. Iar meeting on Octobfr :; 3 h,.n ,.
"expected that there will b.t r )-.. ':.
Campaign Contributions tialatea to take the their, ,i,..r., .
"The democratic candidate for vice Judg( Hopkins. the- \ry ,*ff,. ;.-
president .Mr. Kern. joined with me and capable master of (,ur it'.,i
in requesting the democratic national lodge, has donor wonatr.- t, ', .1 ,
committee to fix a maximum of $1000) P in membersAii. ani i- I .#-, .>-
for individual contributions anal to of great crediT.
publish before the election all contri- Hon. L. L.. Hopkins i.s .. nrii%,.
butions above $l1,0. The committee I few days at his lzkesirld (cot:a,.
acted favorably upon this request. It is rumored that We art- i, ,,,.
The republican candidate and tho r_- a fresh-meat market ii lI-,: ,. ..-. .,
publican national committee proposed an early date. o that fr-.i ni. !:
not publication before the election, be on sale six days in t :-' .*
but publication after the elections. I The engagement of Mis-. ('r-.a Vx
submit that our committee has given to Mr. William Millsoni is atmt lo0. 1
the better evidence of its freedom to take place som etinie in 'P l .ri!.
from connection with or obligation fo fall. Judging frucn the pro-tty ,la
the predatory interests. Our commit- mond ring Miss Nix is wt-aring ,.
tee has not knowingly received a dnl- are ready to believe it. anal hop,. ttia'
lar from an official of any corporation the young and popular couple (- coull.



l ~4 NUIMIER l13l

N 'E D.


b .t emille or er? PLi:' Ct'il[ --- DROWNING
beI griatu-td 10 cure 2 i F iv night little Ruth Boney was
( --- ,I dt h(,me to qui'e a number of hfr A recent 'itr from Mr. James Ar-
SJ k (',lh-'mn T h* M (ln -;: ).'t.iall tri-nd-. whom she enieria;.ned
o n I* I. .. Rt o o r'n -. Jr.. o Cleveland, Ohiu'.
^~~~~~~~c -44 11n~ -h..i its rla. a.^ : ;.(1tr ot Mt Ruth Nt-'ion of ': amn- -
bic'k :Tt .i pia. wh i s visitingg Lucy and Ellen formerly o. ("7 .i. and who is fain.ili:-i
:T;l:-a. (' C alopfruning th-e !,aryy v kn,'".:a :. a.- jay Harris, te,.s!
V' -.,- \\,'.,-',, . t., ., .:.- I r and Mr*. Boney an-l Mi.-- (, an ac a- 8-t ,i al .;1 .. :L r.-h-D: ,' h." lillian TiiaSr'l. ". e' k ls :\o i;at W nearly caus,-d his I
llmr Iiildrt-rii' s',,r. ..T r "'- I+ V..\ h2-. \'i:Ti, a oun friendly he ,a.-
SNa-'!-:iii. Li'v ;i,,i E!l.-n Thag-,rd. An- *.: .. :, ;rom PenT4 ng. On,:r:U.
r E II;.." le:i'.i;; I t'e rv'. Erin Yonge. Duro:hy rv..- rv-r, a list an( -t, o o ..-'
M r.o ( S ,, r'; - Sl. t- | . s, r ,. on.q v Va;i V,,. 11" R b :" .,'; : *. T;:p w '-t ,r wa: t,'r-
t ,t,-* M i , , .M r <; r . ,i : .- : ;T ) .! :n ?:- t ' r t,.-r " p .; . ',,. ~ i l, v B r r ..." . .; . T ,. v;'. a ,." 1 0 n'..' n a",,
W il -v B --r-~ Tl-V V La T
M r, S .M ,.. ? I ,' ". T ;) !.;ti r.e T. .r S ant B ':r:' ::. -, . ,: ,.. ;2<, a, t a '.": ; a ;
,. -- t'. 'r An',.xry I.,-i,. anl',I l a.'i Ino-:- ,,; ,n. l. "."} :oil- r".. .ii
T M r1 0:1 C raIj o ari.1lr t tio.r v ;, 'r. T w a- 1
M Y m .!t l,,lt -,':I."' I1; ',*/( :'Y S + ,'"' L 'i:- 0 "]l" ., :. +'arntl,! ,+ e '. T h'+ w a -i
q .%* none, 11;nt' F i in-,) *1. .. !
l u''l.i W' t vAP &h& i r x\s n.iw r ( 2',i, '; -- 2. v aa 1 I1,1'h of Th, : g
.up.. ,n lkl a aha ,,nu.* Ii, ,. 1 1r he fh i t i:''- !, 'T t v i I. ". 1' *\'-'Ilir ? 1.. Tacnsc
UZPIo d % T IM. t 'H 1 .,'! al.i ta.i.0v
;..rir. n ;.. n in ji. :,ir: ianls n -. -4 :+ n .,(,ir :h t i e-y
M19- l.I,#t, \\arr,-n <,f Ma.!i .on. ,.i... i ,, ,:lo ifY -4i' i ran found
T.a', Letr fo.r tt b- I|ii..Ilin hi. ) r' -"' l-O'- +-b. i *"-' +o, e abo- a twenty
8. l- in (<-al Saturla'x. n r(mu'e i-t ro.. *- oef-with no lea
ha"a, ",n ah fun. her l ., | -t' :"-' +. i h' Iht froLn 'h, fire h ,rt(f A'i e 1t)e )w, -1 ,'.-', < :hey had iv-
.'". n 1.r .: ".'i s .anT-r:1 -hing, n p -,.l I! .j .; ,-- r r,-aching huore
fro,,!11 '1,.. o-.- (f th, 11+-, '" '
Mr, Mav:nar.t an.d ,,n of <,fr'n1 l" M of h Qi. 1 T y u ren were bad-
S paPA ...... .. ; r I',dMn ; n :ir.: I'r o! '"' "*"' '.. ',. .-.,.v "!- -)l ff b I t- l ;.bo '.t by
Slorln4m and M r ,. Alm ~a ltpol, )f- ,f "h-,.
I+ ku'l bll t- t "'n at < l> *e tuda \ c tosr th.- rsa.' '1 r.- Ii .. .. *. ...." h '.y " 1 i; :- injury.
%a I-it.
, :.: "'.i k ': (. 'l E < If :" i. I, F.0- ,:- ; ioi. ,n irv.
lu ola %i"N C f r th v" jsa p Q r *. *- l h ] ". .
b %* .,urtn e.,l oh(lh,. ,arn r. One f -+ .i. :: .. .: st,-,e . .
,., Th,. !<,v * on., A,,'u a" $t. ','"r:',': 'nm "- ri'':. at "::ic?. N ".v
I\ 11-4 Mt lou,-i R <'h;,zil. A !,-.' 'r !.h- ;ar;n-r- 1., 1) b'-n -(,curedj Y.:'- inI is the managing editor ot
% it Eurol. *i -- d lie n M "'.. ()r- lo',i v r o Card ;:,: (.., C n ,el Wie;w. an illustrate.i;! hu-
In 4"- .k>'r ('#tol-tvi And1<-1-.rr-r. Wring f ,gifts. t'.l bTlween wvo of th' ,t;m: putb'ction He is developing
I'.urniam fri m Th#r" to Hat:, lnrii, o': ,r,-.. anid on whichev.-r one the hbl- ii(o quite a, poet. and writes a groal
bit, wsa t arIk honi-. Il-k '.'rk g- ,:.'-4i10.n 1 tie i couple as rt.yv short loerns for the Cornell
-.- a -euvtir IIr avt. Mrt, (; aui aho 'a!'*-tr msh-r Mrr. ('h:til.- took ti- 'vin, r I,-. Store by storm. !bas-ball poenf:- for one of the big dai--
MaTh..-u% ir, ,lo n T I i lwi'.;, Sj-i- I. r, :. % w,.r. '.'r.,-,l .; c'e cream p ly tal)er., an! promises this paper
.1141n% a~f''rrirk'y to viqwnd a f..s *.:t'kJ .'jil 2~i ro-'1 I;t. zi i-z fci' -'!:- ,* ._.jj!.441 11 s t is pape
1 fT r ,T O n, a f- ,':)- rm:',.l tor thl latter half of ;:,', ... itr on. His Florida
Sft. II" YV..n<'I r lai *hi .. h. ..t iI ciine,-'-T. Ono-1 tile boy los: 1 iiep.,s v; ,1 !' arn with pleasure that
M-- .V.. *t r!- I T,, n "he R.o:ley ,'.'..; ., - :s <:';:?' so woll in his col-
Mr M ,ntho,, m -... ; ,..... .. ... .n I h '
>,o t, 1 .(K '-I. Sa:'ii.lay |H i- an **:.. ... ,. -, ..i
\; ', or i naan-, n : r--r a n.r - Nr r .
"" ":-[,;. ('.i, n'-n who w+- r,' jittie Ms.-.,DANCE AT THE ARMORY IN THE
Si, nn l 1t, 'i.' irsn" ioteA *. :ust$ enj<.ye! the e.,ning UNIVERSITY CITY
att"i~a 'l ^ imnlei ("'"-r
S' T T .I-i The you'-g men of the city tendered
%1 \\" ,Tt ,'V T T M ;,nr, w and li:.,:-
El: .- ',,,.,',ir' I.:t .M,,ni:. .TOr TO ORGANIZE A TENNIS CLUB ,a nc.(nc o their lady friends at the
') -,- ,r *.l jtful -ta-- !'| arr.ryv on W\Ve1nesday evening in hon-
th.., awl,, n N. Y,,r t' In Svr.- .*,--.. Tom Harr-:. h Ash or ,4 tth-e visiting young ladies.
u.*. '1-' 1 % ill i h.. h gilt- of Mis,. ra; ".r. oor.nizing i t.-nnis club and Th re w re about eighteen couples
An1 +..r. av 1 .,.id. N.'nr,.. sho <.Wn a lhv, winl :<" b:ilIl :. c u.wt on the Ma- p-r'sent a '", evening was highly
Sprtt t, USf.-t hni in thaut rv. si(- lot. n to h. Air Dome Thea- Injo, e, itn' i- the midnight hour.
-. 1t.r. :he MNla-ons h. 1ving kindly con-1 The dane w s given in honor of
Mr Rot, r, 1. An ,.,-nn. h,, h:t!-0n.lo 'o them ni using the ground., and I -i'S-e C )ro liddon of Ocala, Dea
t^-t ill 8' H<" 'k..n-a: Mr B-'ie' M- ife't will donate thu lim- \ cf Starke and Anita d'Ferro of
r 't' iti... t,. iTorir, t .chi 1 s- :,hr . o-:r'. Th- ii:-rmbership f-e I Laltk Ciy, who are in the city visit-
-l^.*' i to hi- 4 .-, .. h 6 t1 an' ,%Ion Riot-! W r. I .i-' lin i'-d ",o wenty-ve. i'iig tfl( e4-Vedilug refresh pnts
.tau~t.-vr Mr. ci,?i~n Ss*'h htin at Hi. tilrrlng'- u .'il a- healthful eXrcise we tope and cake. andl the affair was voted a
-- h.y v;.iil b~e successful in their e'- grand s:,.-cess by all present.-Gaines-
4 ft V R, '. r,. 5i, t.~a, b, ,ii 1" forts. Anyone fishing to become a ville Sun.
. <...4 MrC ftt ,-'t.,!" ,.-lt -,,,er can consult with any one o0 iMiss lIiddon is visiting her sister,
*1't ,I i sT. art,, ,.,,ti h, ar < hr. '- ,. atNve n: tmed intlne en for fur- Mrs. J. M. Dell
tI., .r,-a'II,.-' '., .I;TIo. I t ,la' H', ,,i*i.-,' *,t. 'an,.. in fr,': for Th.' chib is the 'lalholhsie. MR. C. E. CONNOR TO REBUILD
SIi.'. ne' t i *** n .0* d,4< *'T.'i --
ham h OFF FOR JACKSONVILLE i The friendly of Mr r_ E Connor and

lda ( -his family, whose handsome home was
r. Sal From Sndavs Da destroyed by fire in July. will be de-
a'e%. .t r- l.Tal ha hT. good ship "Merry Widow." left lighted to know that they will soo'i
& # ..' *ho. I ,i ,--. n, til t r'h r,"' I' %ilvr Springs at thr-e o'clock this begin rebuilding.
'i..* t. K.-it' <. a iaT h rcl*. h. pti,,Irning for a "-p down the Oklawaha Mr. Ju1hn Young. who is in charge
..A*. ha. h- an v'h I r rin ~Ini nlkr. th p arty were Messrs. Frank. Rob- drawing the plans for Mr. Connor's
P# t' .rt and Samrn Mathews. E. C. Bennett. home. It will be on the bungalow
... Fre-d Weihe. Howard Clark. Fred Mc- style and will be a very attractive
i 6.01 111 la I of Ateer. Clifford Ayer and several oth- place.
a, ,i ,.4..1 0.'ft M14ann ..hig ers They expect to reach Palatka to- The Connor family have' been a
,.,, ..,,,. i t'I, ,.'ii. l } night. and will spend the night there, charming addition to the neighbor-
nl. i *I,.t '. '- Hal l. a lha^ing for Jacksonville in the morn- hood in which they reside, and their
Th ar,. H n ,L.,.. it ing anrd will return home the latter loss was a matter of universal regret
part, (t th,- week. Several of the par- and everyone will be very greatly
9 '\ t hoi'\ver. expect to return home pleased to know that they are so soon
I--v rail from Palatka. These ycung to rebuild.
INN ^nitn art, anticipating a big time on
,Au% t tir trip HURTEL-McCONNELL
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L- Governor


gen. W a Pamns, Confederate Army, ex-State Senator, Texas.
CoL Baily, of Washington, D. C., Labor Organizations and U. V. L.
CoL Pattn, of Wauhington, D. C., Kilitary and Naonic Order.
Hon. L Ryan, of Alaska, Ex-Meomber English Hoei of Nprliament.
Congressman Cal*, of Alaska, well known on Pacific Slope.

Aen. W. H. Parsons.
Gen. W. H. Parsons is ex-State Sena-
tor and ex-Special Judge of the Supreme
Court of Texas, also Brigadier General
in Confederate Army. In a recent letter
from 925 H St., N. W., Washington, D.
C., this prominent gentleman says:
"Upon the recommendation of per-
sonal friends and many strong testi-
monials as to the efficacy of Peruna in
the treatment of the numerous symp-
toms of the Is grippe with which I have
been afflicted for four months past, I
have been induced to undergo a treat-
ment with this justly celebrated for-
mula. I feel a decided change for the
better after using it only one week. It
is especially good In toning up the s to-
ac* and has had a decided effect upon
my appefte. I therefore feel much en-
couraged that I am on the road to com-
plete restoration.
"My numerous friends in Texas, where
I have had the honor to command a
brigade of her Veteran Cavalry in a four


.5i-s Lucy Violet Lloyd, who for the
p: st two seasons has been studying
mt',.e and languages at the Bash
Teon:fle ('ons,,rvatory, Chicago. Ill.,
and at the University of Chicagr, h.-as
established ner studio at Inverness.
Florida. Miss Lloyd will be assisted
in her teaching work by Mrs. T. P.
Lloyd, who for several years has con-
ducted very successful music classes
at Inverness. Thorough courses are
offered in piano, guitar, harmony, mu-
sical history and theory, sight singing.
ensemble playing, technic. French
andl Spanish The Leschetizky n.eth-
od of piano playing and the Berlitz
system of teaching languages are em-
Before going to Chicago Miss Lloyd
studied for a long time at the John

of Wyoming

pany is authorized to ue., if It it tb.s
belUeving,as I do, that by s e,0g It
be for the general good.-Wn. lMv.
Col. C. L Patbe
Col. C. L. Patten, 5 T S1, .. W.
Washington, D. C., a Inlemaaft 1a NW
Old Guard, an exclusive organtasii
composed of soldiers of distlctiom wbe
fought in the civil war, and a ThlrtW-
second degree Mason, write as foltolewe
"I have umd Peruna, and dere to
recommend your remedy as am lvigr-
ating sprft Mnfk also one of the bee
remedies that I ever tried for eegsba
colds and catarrbal complains."
NHN Lt. R ya
Hon.R.8.Rya,anow resodtit I senm
Alaskas was formerly a mmber of to
English BomM of Parliambat, and Sw
rotary to the lat Irib patriot, Cb aW
Stewart ParnelL His Wasbinlgte 8a
dress isto New Willard Botel. WIba
ton, D.C. Hewrites: "I beve mued F-
runma and ean reeommnd My -
as a very effective cure s eor ei*
catarrhal complaint-."
"M .Tbees Caf
Bon. Thomas Cale,teled toOlNOr
from Alaska, Is well knoV on th9e I
cifc slope, ere w he hm a b "m ed t
Washingtom addre to is U2fth SIb N.
W., Washingtos, D. C. H. wrt0 : 1
can cheerfully reeommend PI WMS a
very efficient remedy wre t

years' war, may accept this voluntary
testimonial to the merits of Peruna as a
sense of obligation on my part for its
wonderful efficacy."
CoL Wnt. Baley.
William Bailey, 58 1 St., N. E., Wash-
ington, D. C., Past Col. Enc. No. 69,
Union Veteran Legion, and prominently
identified with many of the great labor
protective associations in Chicago and
New York, and Secretary of one of the
largest associations in the former city,
had for nearly thirty years been afflicted
with kidney troubles.
Within a short period he has been per-
suaded to try Peruna, and his present
healthy condition is attributed to his
Judicious use of that great remedy*
Washington climate is notoriously bad
for kidney and liver troubles, yet by a
Judicious use of the remedy he is now
quite cured and in excellent physical
This brief statement of faets, without
exaggeration or hyperbole, appears to tell
the whole story, which the PerunaCom-


Tha iuneral ivl-'ves o*(r body
The weekly band concert was given! *
of the >ae Mrs. A. Pnith ,n -r
Friday night by th'e Metropolitan Banhd el tr, th ,lene .
-*hehld tr,+, 1 h.1 r ,.,<*idfn,,+ + thr.e<
from the band stand in the court ftn,.*
o'clock 9:fiirm dlay aftenitNmn. *, v ,+^
house square. The program rendered, altcri,'l!Ir l't, y of i '1# growing
was an unusually charming one and, u f
frien,!s ,of ,,,rs. Pittmain itnd Ihr farc-
included among others several very il., The f.n.,r'1 wa1 '.. -,,a ,
'~~ ily. The ftinor-! %va!* oz*n *'t *-
pretty and lively marches. Several peating t.e arrival of Mr lEdwil
selections from the ever popular Pittmran from T#-nne s, I[-. mIp_
"Merry Widow" were also played, and id no arri m
h!s connections anI did not aIrrlw tin-
a lovely medley of gospel hymns., til last night. fie will accompany the
With so many styles of music it wasbody of his mher to Bel. T-n -
impossible that everyone should not see. today. and ntermpnt will
hIave been pleased. These band con-
made there.
certs constitute one of the most pop- Rev. W. H. (olman f th hr.
ular phases of life in our gay little iRn.A..o em or Cis
1 lian church. Of wh4 town, and to those who have been was a i ,mher. conu.leteed the -wr-
away all summer and have just got- vices and ,lliverd a v.ry l.utlfnl
ten home the music was particularly o s
badoration, and spoke worels of e,,mf, brt
enjoyable. The members of the band to the grieved reativ
now appear at all the concerts in their A truly good woman ha t
handsome new uniforms, and always .. ._1. ... ., .. .-.-



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H TORIC FOREST FIRES T.IA 5--Americans who have taken a'
"Onre of the greatest har, -lhph Pride in the achievements of Orville,
which the traveling men of Georgia Wright, whose glory must be shar-"
li '.- tr 1 ,, ,% 1... r.*...., T71.- P,.-I.Te fire of October. 1h71. i:ave to :!du--r- at the hands ci the ed. of course, with his brother, Wil-1
Sha- .u--' ,.* k r.all., ..'; mor- severe than the Mi- rai.roais is the requiremn-nt b-" :- !at Wright, who contributed his ef-'
at bsr-*r.. ,, :b,.. ,.i ,,f a r- -tn'!chi It covered an area of more t-er having purchased a tioutsaa-i or forts to the invention of the aero-
1 a0 i.,l--v ,:, | ., iL =",, ,sqare miles in Wisconsin, I two-thousandl mile book as provided ; iane that has astonished two conti-;t
wii oft, h I.A 'a .- : I.- I :'i. in.'v-d a los, in timber and oth- for by tile agreement bet ween he raii- nents, are quite naturally regretful
f ns-sw, .., t. ,.a ,*, .- t'.--'-*r prop-rvy of many millions of dol- roads and the commission some over the mishap at Fort Myer. which
sb h.,. *sait.*-t h.,t,r,, -i. .4r! lar- B-twen 12(w and 150)0 persons months ago, they must exchange the wrecked the car. injured the inventor
IO,i. including nearly half the necessary amount of mileage tfor a and brought death to Lieutenant Sel-
,-* ,f lb' ,ar 0t h.h--- a- 1l-Pq.l nation of Peshtige. at that time special ticket before the prospective, fridge. In the midst of his triumphs t
Mra,,-hi Vr, of I.' !" b a ~town of *ot0s inhabitants. Other traveler is allowed to get on the abroad Count Zeppelin suffered mis-j
e-s it o ,t.t .evt rIT a!' j of about the same time vere train, fortune, and he had to begin his work'
*Oceb- a tho a_. a.,K of txm,-r fmo)st destructive in Michigan. A "We, called attention to this injus- over; even so, ill luck has overtaken
S 'h -r a< a Ila, abut x'v .-r;1p about' 49 miles wide and 150 tice at the time, and insisted that it the American, and he must go cnce
MOM &boo% *h. ',,,, N- <.';-. miles long. extending across the cen- would be a violation of at least the more through the task of construct-
im tb, itran. hi rl.r i N.*. tral part of the state, from Lak- spirit of the agreement. "ing his airsrlp and testing it.
ruwwk 3rfw. " tk w tws T mie'- b k)w N-wraisti tat*#d. TI.- estimated loss in timber convenience of using mileage in t;.is, M-yer will not deter Orville Wright.
li S. hr hi 4nt.v. d, a b- was about 00 feet board way is even greater than was anici- H has already proved his gameness *
IsR -, m s:i-ii_ t-has lfadyepofvaneradhsamenerss:y
of # at m-% i no lma and 25 nllio masure. and in money, over $1,.)O',)- l)ated at the time, and there- o ii in the face of danger and adversity.'
VW p.-r 9t W. Ibr- Ta two and one- o01 Several hundred persons per- very earnest demand on t'-i pr- o :1:10 episode is apt. indexed to give a
kM i Ill m mare. *alIwt ."ry living iahed the traveling men of the st -e tcSitS, "ir to his American enterprise and!
-I- ** ilk Il Ki tbh- fioh .'*-re In the early part of Sept-'m!.er. there shall be a return to :h3 o'd ddterm nation. Having accomplished
afwwarf. u famd ad In hapsO, n 1*. great fires covered more than system of using mileage, so much he can be relied on to renew
tw rivet hank F.ive undrPd and l%,1) square miles in various parts of "It was one of the principal ai'an- his fight for the mastery of the air. '
aefty baeii *,s r buraa-. and a Michigan. The estimated loss in stages in purchasing mileage bcok .'or the happiness of success and the
manoe of towa* ta imdng NNwrcas- property, in addition to many hun- that the holder of them could get n IPrestige of triumph.
td. C'hatham aad Im da av rd Ow hua4re* and sixty ber. was more than $2.300.000. Over was on board, where he wouit make experimentation can be engaged in :
irvme s m*arly a thous- 54a1 persons were made destitute, his first stop. If he changed his with absolute safety. In the very na-.
sd b oad f~k The loe from the and the number of lives lost was va- mind, and decided to travel a station ture of things, the man who wrestles
O-rbe Bfk is toilated at $3P,". riously estimated at from 150 to 506, or so further, after he was on board, with the problem takes the chance of
Om. M lailuding tho- value of tb- The most destructive fire of more it was an easy matter to have so death every time he undertakes a
"Nw recent years was that which started much more mileage pulled from his flight. Wright himself faced the peril
b the MJimi y o uwh forest fires near Hinckley. Minnesota. September book without inconvenience, day after day. The first time he ven-
f ths T 4he d rtw-ctw of the timb.or i. 1S94. While the area burned over "And yet this was the very small- tured up in his airship no man could
a s" aef rtme a by far. 'hzan was less than in some other great est part of the convenience. To put it have guessed that he would live to
M of the cattle& ad building,. for fires, the loss of life and property wa- obversely, it is not the most inconven- tell the tale. When Lieutenant Sel-
o c W wirth It the limpoevr-ihznent very heavy. Hinckley and six other ient feature that he cannot (do this fridge embarked with the inventor he h
of a wole riom for toens or e%--n towns were destroyed, about 500 livws any more. The fact is that since a simply dared the dangers which were
b df 4 of years afterwards Tin- were lost. more than 2000 persons passenger is required to produce his plainly present. He dared and he
MM of t t atuimpage valu.- of the were left destitute, and the estimated mileage book and exchange so many lost. It is lamentable. Nevertheless'
t r at the timw (o the fr. is tluo loss in property of various kinds was coupons for a regular ticket, it fre- the incident must be treated as one
a amwl rt of thw damaxge tto tho- $25.u0.1o.).in Except for the heroic quently happens that he has to stand of those inevitable for the pioneer
8hlMuahood The wait" that wmutid conduct of locomotive engineers and in line waiting his turn at the +icket who blazes the way in any field of
6 ,O e arm*e in lumbrenxe ad,iei othlr railroad men the loss of life window until it is literally too late to hazardous exploitation. The path to
S tv vahlu of the- produrce that would hav. been much greater, catch his train. If he is comparative- the ultimate triumph of some of the
WM have bw purchat d t., supply This fire was all the more deplora- ly late in arriving at the station he world's most glorious inventions is'
th Imb.r camml, and th- tax-;I th"' Ile. b*caus,- it was wholly unnece.- sees his train pulling out because he strewn with the bones of plucky men'
^*h1 bav. b.l deotel 1to roals an.! sar%. Fr many days before the high has not time to go through the red Iwho have dlied at the task. If in times
ber pubMl Improvew,-nt., furnmsh a wind cam*. and drove it into uncon- tape of making the exchange. 'past all men shrank from death the
Mi ltme-r nwa.-ur* of ho much. troliable fury. it was burning slowly "This is not an imaginary instance, world today would be a quagmire,
mw or later. It cost. a region .-n close to the town of Hinckley, and tWe are informed that things like this crude, stagnant, miserable. If all men i"
Ha fMote are ,eatroyd by fir rould have been put out. occur in actual experience every day. should fear death in the future thel
-- when the whole theory of mileage navigation of the air would never be ,
STYIOW lI4ui O PYSICIANS ARE PENSACOLA MAKING BIG SHIP- bocks, as they were formerly used. mastered. It is Orville Wright"s con-
SAT1NKI[ING IN WASHINGTON MENT OF OIL CAKE was to avoidl this inconvenience antd tempt of danger that made his tri- ,
S_. __ delay, umphs possible and it is the same
iMMy dltlfautdl physlclan". .- A shipment of 10.000 tons of cotton- "Under the old system the travel- sort of contempt that will make pos-
t in ms of prominnce in seed oil cake is to be made through ing man could send his mileage book sible greater success with his experi-
T walrs o life are already in the Pensacola to foreign ports, an'l al- to the station, along with his bag- ments in future.
in1m iNtal to take iart In thi ready cars loaded with the cake are gage and have the latter checked, Of course the Wright aeroplane
^a wmoi' a grs ofi tu!sercu- beginning to arrive at the wharves of which was a great convenience in the marks but the infancy of the airship.
t la. 3Wy prt maUr of the. earth the Louisville and Nashville Railroad. early hours of the morning. The ultimate airship will be as dif-
* tep, rq ^tatlm at tb, meetW The shipment is being made from the "We repeat that the entire arrange- ferent from it as the modern Pullman [
i i will a4 Its tIme ce to the various cottonseed oil mills along the ment is contrary to the spirit of the train is from the prairie schooner. 1
,mest for a worl-wide warfare line of the Louisville & Nashville, and agreement into which the railroads Its mishap, nevertheless, points out
StI wwilte phge. I will probably be the largest single entered when they offered to issue the element of danger that must lurk
HI drse df eglhbita peIralning to shipment of this cake to be exported these mileage books, It was natural- in any airship, however completed.
o t-tubumiuls campaign are In many years. ly expected that they would carry In tbe words of the darkey of the ^
g b tealld Among the re The shipment is for Rotterdanm and with them all the privileges which joke. "Ef you gits in er train, an' it's
ts tht ae arcted to follow from Denmark and will require three have been associated with them in wrecked, dar you is: but ef you gits
bw Exhibts ae meutloed.l steamners to transport it from Pensa- the past. on er ship an" she sinks, whar Is you?"
*Itar- dw W and house fur- cola to those eorts. The first of these "Is this a studied effort on the part What would he have to say about the

m tr t worklag clae. I stemers is due the coming month, of the railroads to discourage the use whereabouts o the passengers or an
--ry e ma 'Oche. but It will probably be December be- of mileage books as much as possible? airship when something happens?-

s a d am rate lastruction
1 @b edldUr Is the methods of
ea. mpt im.
IrdfU-of tub.rvuloiht In cat

drt-----_tf of tlh- m.ot advanced
tr thwe wmlt ha, .vTr known
CM'sci-ton of ml.l! factorieit ,and

Amra will r-i.,' the first ituits
If a tnl adasr., Ph' macian' and
I st.alst asaMt thai th-:ugh thi-
-C- aa aa direct result of th.,
prit rh t el.r. hth.- flalh' f,.' t":'.

fore the last cargo is sent out.
Upon its arrival here the oil cakes.
which are about two feet in length,
one foot wide and one inch thick, are
placed in sacks, which average about
26,' pounds each. and stored in the
warehouse to await the arrival of the
steamers. The work is slow. but so
tar about five carloads have been
sacked and are now ready to be ship-
pe I-Pensacola Journal.


dWktfrka of4 ctinumption in this J. C. Goodwin of Reidsvill,.. N. C..
00t1 1 will be adiamensd many 'ears says: "Bucklen's Arnica Salve is a
T prim% tkat are Eifferthd will pit sure enough knocker for ulcers. A
-la Bmunl-tpaltti.t- and Indivi.iu- bad one came on my leg last summer.
"h o t"m,, h oth.r The will de but that wonderful salve knocked it
w* tt uil'w that m ill prj)n(i th,- out in a few rounds. Not even a scar
bvlt.hy ml th trk I.-crea-t- tht. remain.-, Guaranteed for piles,
watkh et P-atb ra'. aist add to th,* na sores., hurns. etc. 25c. at Tydings &
IMal a l'b Co.. drug store, m
A. thib romgr.**, .ii 1ip'.e a1l o'h
As r o rit.o *'i,.r h.ld atk w ah.rr. so *TREATY WITH CHINA
Up Aud It,.' ,'f ti t..I. buria> .. \. --,-

uo they wisn to rorce tne traveling
man to pay the higher rate incident
to the purchase of regular tickets
rather than be subject to the addi-
tional inconvenience of making th4s
"It looks very much as if that were
the case.
"At any rate we feel that it is a
matter that should be taken up by
the railroad commission. We have

LUuisv1IIe i UUI-Ler r JUUrUai..


Counsel for J. Walter Kehoe. who
on Tuesday made affidavit to Judge
Wolfe of the circuit court regarding
those of the third congressional com-
mittee and four attorneys, who are
alleged to have violated the court's
injunction, were- busily engaged yes-

asked, from the very beginning, that jterlay in prtpuring the rule to be
the railroads make these mileage islite to Judge Wolfe for his ap-
books subject to all the privileges proval and signature. The l)rel)ara-
ant conveniences which formerly Ition of the paper requires much work.
marked them. leach of the ten documents being
"They have persistently refused to lengthy. and therefore the work was
do so voluntarily, and now we feel not completed yesterday, nor will it
that the commission should take up be until this afternoon when. in all
the matter, probability they will be submitted to
"There is no reason why a traveler Judge Wolfe.
should be compelled to buy two tick- Judge Wolfe. when Mr. Kehoe's af-
eTs in order to make one trip, and fidavit was filed directed to the coun-
this reol tape should be abandoned."- sel to prepare this writ and submit to
Atlanta Journal. him. andti they are now carrying out

the instructions of the court. A copy
of this rule will be served upon six

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1 -I Judge Joseph Bell disposed of four
*.- T. '. T nr iri'-rs S ri t' *... ', h: eh rala col- of the leading naval stores operators; day.
.. .. : Dai\%',na B, ach ( f this section of Florida at the Elks Sinmeon White (white in name only)
...* ,.,,. y th,- (lib Tiutslay afternoon, on business was convicted of appropriating a gun
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'.- -f.fl. 1.1- .,', ,,, : .' stores ina'keiting company sentenced to thirty days on the coun-
kJack-oville. ('omniittees from 'he ty hard roads.
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We dropped into the tax assessors JACKSONVILLE
office and found him hard at work. -
wih three clerks. The law requires J.lack.sonville is t, ,,. .ti.
hilm to commence writing the tax portant new i'n ri'- ;: t,
books in April and finish them by (ft a pat'rn manuftt a ts ;t ,:
the first Monday in October and Mr. will be' known a- '"., s- h ,
Ay'-r has never failed to have his FPap-r ('iiipa;inx. h \ i \' i
bookss in on time. p," sisln I ) (';- '',
The taxes for EM'S are 7 1-2 mills anfl \Va:t-.r Mutvkl .4 -
for !h'. stare and 3 1-2 mills for The tr,'.ts', r,
county-the same as last year. Te TIhs, i''- ,-- ', '
aggregate Tax valuation of MlarIuon' will ,,



,.. .-' ,, ,. .* ',.T s. as w\ ll a.. "ln,!..vol'in s w .iven the alternative of ,le)osiriing county is about five million lol lars, o Fh 1ri a.i4t. ,nal 111i oth, r
*"" ", .*:, -;!i.criitr Ts To t--e sTock of the with the sheriff twenty-five dollarss. ;t,. which is about half the real value It ion a .t, for.itu ', r,.- ri.
.:. ;'." 4:P''l-aiy. 'h-f usesl for the improvement of our covers seven hundred apag- s of tach rn'tUor. fly s t' ,.' 'h. .,
".1 *- : ^ ':i it i<-_" "":, i:i.. .'y ,' Plo~,ila spl,'ndlid hard roads or work I"Vo of the three large books, and the tax (of<,.s will I',. In J., ,
0 , ",.11. ', ,,.: r'tah 'l"' i s lowest level iln Vt-its months, board free, with Supervisor for state, county and sub-schools are, Th. ,'nTr.l ,n.' ,i '
*. ,.. 1. ,.1 :nl ,>,iW .(:o:nr (,f 'he lo'w prices has ,Lucius. As he could not prod uce the run out in separate columns. The TO t,,, tran.- a t .'t *, fl *,
: ,, < i .-" af.'.", l 'he. bl.ii '.ss anlt "long green' to this extent he was ta- writing is very neat and not a bleti will V t rn.ii,',?,. '.' ', *' ,
". -a.- ::r i : it : -; ti, sTa;e. k< 0 o jail to await the arrival of Mr. can be found on either book. '(,al in all h., ., 1,1t.. *' '
',".::.. "a" "'.. ,,j.,'" ,, t ;Y- N;.val S'ortes Lucius. Mr. Ayer dictated every word anl ing. coriiiwo'rd ial .11 t i'i' ,: i a, r.
Ma.k,-'i:t C.jn.panv is to raise the Ed Austin, alias Johnnie Jones, had figure that is written in all thr,-e of'ant pap,-r t, 4. ,,t 't., .. ,. ,
.. .' :, lFric', ,>: sei:".!s To wh.',, it has ,een a ireliminaryv hearing on a charge of the books at the same tim s it will' nan or -n;tir w .' r ,, lI
: ', <,". Mr i, pat year-. a.d is a most laudable br,-aking and entering. A bond of be seen that th-e tax assessor eats no stationery, ilik.. |rcini . t
.... "~ ,,* i" :'.i;t ,'nt~rp~riis,. $l,(i,. was fixed for his appearance at idle bread. nry if ' -i',' 1
'.,. \' \.. '.' { Quite a lr, s xm was subscribed the December term of the ci.'cuit Eight years' experience has rmalv classes at" gb,,l-. ;r,. .r n *,u
; ..* .Mr :(or -'k illn s nev' company. court, but owing to a falling off of Mr. Ayer master of the art of making',lise tc.-,'sary or ,'i-'., ii ', Ut1
: .*. :- ,-, .:on w'll :-.)w\n I Prsons who a*- the prices of stocks in which Ed had I tax books. His books always balan ',e iiftatir.. 11l,. an lis -"1 r ,nt ,
S, ,. i th.. i,-'1nn \we-! : 3II,,-r.. (. I been dealing. he couldn't raise that 1 to the cent. and are complimente.1l !>- kinls of prn11TIii> ,,I'Ii. 41, ', ',,,,
. -. i n -,,'B. Rottr-<. Walter '. Corbett, .1. R. amount, and now boards with Jailer the comptroller. w ork. an.l in t.,k ,71a ,It .- -,
:,.-, ,: .1.J.1. >,. 'a,1. S. A. Rawls. B. E. Chalker. i Mr. Ayer is always polite and ol*,;a- 1iiliilhjit ,t("
s. ,ait.1. D). J. Herin, (. \V. B.,nes. Dukes Beasley was tried before a ing and never too busy to stop r;, The amioit ..of 't. .,. ,i ,
.i:,, ..'-,,::'ill MIr. E. IM. sl-hy. Val- jury on a charge of assault, but as give anyone all the information h< tbi scriarutti,, w '.'
S. .r ,. t... : M.'S. M. Davis, ( an.:\ille; tho prosecutor didn't make much of wants about any piece of landl in Ma in rsl' i!n
\ ,:1.1 !. M.. \\. Ii. McRalaney, Wildwood: Mr. a case against him, he was discharged. rion county. When an official i- -- -
. ,. i, ~S. Ietl,\ay, Leroy; Mr. I. W. competent, poilte and obliging w.. M. ..Jan. \
." .-i -u.. Tamipa: Mr. A. N. Goodwin. THE GLOBE PEOPLE PATRIOTIC I more can you ask. .Ja t.. I .' : i L':. .Aa ,; J. W W ard, Jr., Floral -- :0 c',,t, The cntriiitios fo thoBry;anf
S, .,, Y :,,.. : ('at. "a:ip. Citra: Capt. J.1. B. Messrs. Goldman & Malever, aropri- The contributions for the Bryan fr N.w York 4 .?. ., 'I -
%. 1' ,{,,, ,* 1.r'in. ()klH;v,'iha: Robert Munroe, "- i ot the (Globe Store, have just re- andl Kern campaign fund are- coming th. S '-.,i, \\a\l- 1`'inl 0 P. \Vil!iams. 3Berlin; Messrs. c,'ived a large number of 15x20 inch in slowly. The time for making r'-- r ,roth,.r-. ',t, 't .,, I' ',
,1 ,,.' i \ P. St-;1'. y. .1. N. Tiller. R. S. Hall, pictures of "the next president of the turns to the state committee is ,lraw-; 8;<' S ,. ,- V \ Mi';.-r. L1',' MiVl!r and \Walter I'niteal States." Hon. William .Jen- ing near. anai it is to be hoped that'\ii,- Th,' ,. .', t, ,\ ,.
I,-v ()c.ia. nings Bryan, anl propose giving them Marion county will not be lachinig \\,afh r ,. ,, ,
( . : ---- a.way absolutely free to their patrons when it comes to a show lo)wn with thhtv h, will r'rl,.i, ', *, 4 ,,
,, ; ".-,, ~,,* U N1R LEAGUE ENTERTAIN on next Mondlav and Tuesday. Every the ot,."r counties of the state. Hand t.r \{i. tr. I- A. .' -
.... ," .'" MENT (-stonier whose l)urchas's on these in your contributions to Mr. W. W.. know o, til tI 41' a 4. 45
.. '.i; i.I ___'4,slay-, roachs ain amount exceeding one (Clyatt, treasurer, or to the Ocala, --
S .. '",;, M. c doll:. will r, co'ive one of these iic- Banner. Citra added quite a !ot of t' -aif. r .ia.n. >
, r ,''. i i'", ," ::" """al "ers gave W tures. new names to the list, as will he s n ""Mr t r- "r k 4 "
I ti'tt (;f'a i vheJunioJr League of the
; n,'hlm, < ae JTnhior League of the Th p.ictre is one made from Mr. by this morning's paper. Let every la'ials.. larri- ^l.,t fo.t \. ,r
.~. ., ,. ,". .,,.,| ^"t ." > " "-" Iy "-"Brvan'. s latest photo, and is an excel- precinct in the county send in a band- t ."tv -" - *
\,lnesdav a t"ilerlOn. her home on
*, .x f-ti-hin"li:a non : her home on"" lent likeness of the country's great- some contribution. N" rk -n " I. ak '9 "*h
1.. ,1 i tlt r,..n'. 8simith Thix', street. Miss \alters is est statesman. It is a picture suitable Iailrs tt) lanI ,,in ',, '' -
SI Knighit and the, assistant supIerintendent of this for framing and will be an addition Mr. Marcus Frank returned noit* af 'h,. fr Tn,. ,,-.
.. '* t'i laue anal the Juniors are very nuch to anv home, and the proprietors of Sunday night from a visit of sever'.l (anl of the strna.>.,t kn..n f,,t ...
.t I ojievo)tesle to her ,and the prospect ot an the Globe want one in every home in weeks in New York City, where !w!itim. and n.arlv all of h.. i,-.a.-n.-a.
Aaft,,rnoon with her was quite delight- ..'Marion cou.nty. purchased a mammoth stock of go:,,l-; were1 compll.d to rniSn n -r
+. A.\l Irlon court11 y.
.. ..l tul and ths. reality was no less de- See the advertisement of this pro- for the Variety Store, of which, he is.|state rooama ,Iurlnu tr, -n't.. *'. ,
MS TL EY WEDS AR. J. J. lightful than was the prospect. Miss gressive concern in another column the owner. En route home he spent .
OAR WEDNESDAY altersrz was assisted by her mother of today's paper a few days at Newport News, Va. ev. Sam J Wht th w.I
Rnd Mr,. R. Ii. Barnett and Miss Lula with his mother and sisters, and o ( Christlan vn. lt ..ha n ...-

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* g hat s~ iNi-.amialMNrs.
-t M Ti 'I11a ilssLiz-

1;m ''.alar 1y(atltg

A -.~ \i 1- '1'!rnet' % l'

Barnett in looking after the little
A number of merry games were
played, after which the children had
a big time guessing a floral contest.
Later. Misses Musie Bullock, Kathar-
ine Strunk. Katharine Livingston and
Katie May Eagleton recited several
pieces, greatly to the pleasure of the
oth'r little folks.
The climax to the afternoon was de-
licious cream and cake served to the

... .. .I- small guest hs by Miss Walters.
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t , ; i' .-,, o <-o ll'i.'s to) .
., ,.. ', V a.rsa. -,,In ; E Early Mont v night. before thr
S R ,. ... i- di.t \h,"',., tanmilyv had re sr., the homo of M.'s.i
7.. lt,..,.. *h.' ',o2: I.1. Pyles, on W atuila street, was .n-
.., k, r of tlhat t 'a- t*r'! o vby a thief or thieves. The me-in i
Sibters of the family were sitting in the
\ , -.,. 7i ko,,, ll tov,,t. lare' hall in the front part of the
o, h(ous. and tlie miscreant enterttl
, . .x.,1 al l aki tromni the( rear. The only articles sto-
S. ,- ..,o. \ ihen h'rl eIon woere a gold watch and an empty
', ,''.1: 'si'.l to hand bag. Yesterday morning a snall
.. ,, ,. "i ,, '0 ,, ,.,, ":n, h.1 as yl's. at Mclver & MacKay's slort .
- \, \ ,i,, ,,-,,aii,- Tho watch, however, was minus !he
,, ,,, pa-t .,.ri works, and the boy said he had foun I
' 9- ,rT K n" ,.,,, sal.!) t~,.h o ase near the Caldwell ponsd.
. ... 111 sc .l'l At noon as Mr. James Pyles was _o-
-. % *+i a n i iv__n ..... .. ,, t i-

Mrs. W. D. Graham, who is spend- stopped in Savannah for a short vis. -' d" l" I""in' ", '"i P "" ""i
ing the summer in Norfolk, Va., it to his fiance, Miss Annie Marci.s. poaching to large writes: "We had quite a treat last The marriage of Mr. Frank and Mis: night. Mr White l tv-rN peir to
Sun.lay afternoon. The first secre- Marcus has been set for some tim.- M-iadison ant iflK a limtho h. o --k
tarv to th.? commander of the navy in February, and it will be a vorv quence and for'" our lwos- w.d
yard at Portsmouth, invited Will and prominent event in that city. his services. In larmx niaut-ro- fla. will
me and three other couples for a ten preach evy night ,ht. 0.h. e wlU
mile ride on the government tug, Mo- Dr. XW. F. Yocum, one of the valued son New Entr.rprtlo
hawk. and then carried us ov"r to instructors at the University of Flor-...
^ . *h i p u " -' t o t h p " i t i n n i M E RK o ~ n ,n ,n w l f , n I I + h
Portsmouth to the navy yard, where da,' "has returned to the city ing )i, W E.TRlt n n .nI ,fP .tI ,I h *,Ih .r
we saw the Iowa, North Carolina.and ar to be present at the opening o fof Tampa.. pn M> >i n ,'h o t'
Wyoming. and several torpedo boats, the institution. During his absence a % gets, 4f 'ho. i-e ", ,
and the wireless station, and while he has put in his time profitably on in. wht ,Ii. ,, ,,,',., ,' i,
w- were there a wireless message his orange grove situated in PO(,..K is,! ri Io t' ,6411It',, r
was sent to Washington." county, near Eagle Lake. and wh:'-"i cessfid tr;iiii ,a,-d '
__promises to yield him handsomely in stt.*--.Jac' n "i. %. ..1.. 1 -
l~ Mrs. l{ul~iun'.,,a ,, *,,,r t,~
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Brown and chil- a few years.-Gainesville Sun. 0 *11' ttm' fI .
,'ren have returned home. Mrs. Brown En route home Dr. Yocum stop I 1 II he'i f? *' .
and the children have been in Massa- off in this city with. his daughter. N'C 'h"' "i '..' "?*
chusetts for six weeks or more and W. T, Gary. M I .. ,- ,
Mr. Brown joined them several weeks N, r-,,,,I,,,,t i. t 11 ,o Il
... a r** u mrll l l ilg t tis .'*a , + ,+ I '
ago. most of the time since then hay- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jackson Byrne tah%. %hih ^ I it -
ing been spent in New York City. Mr. iof this city are rejoicing in the birth . . ,...
Brown. besides going up for l)leasure. of a lovely little daughter. The litthk. n rl.. *I ,
... ... Vi TI. it| l r o'I., I I'. I
went for his annual fall visit to the lady was born one day last week t t ,
A'as r'r H'it'I 1,1to 1I ;A4 *,g
metropolis to purchase goods for the the home of Mrs. Byrne's pI;rpnts t ).. i ,; ... .
winter trade of the Teapot Grocery. Huntsville, Alabama, and as she- is ,ttrnI Th. .r
They had a big time in New York. and their first child they are especially r nt ,i
met quite a number of Florida people happy over the event. Their Ocala pat11.t o(I#it 1.
there, friends are very anxious for thir ro-
turn to this city, as they arp all t ;igr r r S H i"r, ,
News was received in Ocala Tuies- t ake the acquaintance of l,' ori.iia li, h *
-"to make the a qti ta ct of ,tie! C ,ril.ill. i
day of the death of Mr. R. A. Fuller, Miss Byrne. i cian i h.arr. *' *
at his home at Haw Ridge. Alabama. ht Ih ,'( ,t

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__________ _I__FE ERRO IT MEANS -
The local newspaper is the local in- ade county recently made n ex-
taa annratplreDadehbi county prdcetsy ad te Minheg-
^timate friend of the people you are Reporting an enthusiastic Bryanj The Ocala Banner deplores the po- hibit of its products at the Mich
trying to reach in each locality. You wave of enthusiasm in the north litical apathy so prevalent through- State Fair. It was a small eh'b'.
& may advertise in a few metropolitan and east, and the people of that sec- out the land and sighs for the en- but well selected and well arranged.
amws a:ers and break ground in a tion viewing complacently the prob- thusiasm torch lights, blasting of! and it was seen and studied by the
^ B ^I big way. but you cannot get all the ability of William Jennings Bryan as trumpets, marching shouters and bet- class of people Florida most desire to
rmults. andti. in my opinion, you can- the next president of the United ting on results which characterized interest and attract. That it **il.
not get tbhe best results unless you States, Hon. T. C. Taliaferro, presi- former campaigns back in the last prove of great va!ue to the county I'
\ ^ ^^ bring to your aid the daily association dent of the First National Bank of century and refuses to be comforted the opinion of the Miami New--1'.'
of the local editor with his local read- this city, and one of the leading fi- because they are not now. ord. which has an excellent edltritll
erg nanciers of this state, returned yester- Why is it so severely calm? "What on the subject. The paper arg<'
saw- -My3e mA a 4 bh, It flie Many a man in Kansas City reads day from a stay of several weeks at is the meaning of it all?" "What does ihat exhibits of ti sort shol
ftpw b&4 m ty a4 d half thet and believes a statement vigorously Bethlehem. N. H. it portend?" "What is the cause of made at all of the north.i-'
so rm aay ,tr t r- and often repeated in the Kansas City Col. Taliaferro, although sojourn- it all?- That is what he would like ern fairs and that such advertising ',
Mt gr- Star. for instance, who would pay no ing principally at Bethlehem with his to know, and wonders if President of vastly superior vald to circular..
1Mor I,*4 &.tl white. th -I '1 attention to the same statement if he family during the summer, took time Roosevelt, but his cutting up of spec- boklets tnd similar mediums.
t sb,, trwe b p .mith *tars that saw it in the New York Journal. It to visit a number of the larger cities tacular didoess," ponderous flourishes There is much m-,it in the ,4'i -
paIm *artWI couldn't seem to him to be a state- of the north and east. and every- of his "big stick," his grotesque, ic-, tfon. but s-ch exhibits could b,' '.al.'
Ib t u4w4o of tt ayh a f>}- 1 1 ,.t from home. And there are many where he found that the same zea'ous turesque and pyrotechnic p-rformnanc- much more valuable Pn! effU!i, '
owt1%*%Wbthe *4ptit0
nin In ti.. small towns around Kan- warmth for and in behalf of the peer-' es has destroyed all taste of tCe av- ompa by cr-.I lit i
1rWa W n4 na r flRag arl -h h v% a,, (iv th at would pay less atten- less democratic nominee. In Ne erage American for the simple, pain. The vist r to the l 'r'
trit t h.,44m
V iew atgi t,, my ind *.* ure th-n 'l)"11 'Io a statement published in Col- York he found that strong business ordinary sort of politics. ;ack horn with hin:. n a'lti'i '"
Ito 1.4t1. in1l N,-lins newspaper than to that men are not averse to Bryan as a' It is probably not that. It seen,-i s n,' fm t.
V b e ret" &n.1 v. V to4r"|, at q4, i .
t ,eth' .. t< r, ,. -tat,-nmnt published in a local )resident this year, although, they, op- more ik'elvy that the cause may b-: h'l t. ,o.'ii in l.'.,,k an! ;.
hOI _40s ,, t ,,- th. r. I pa|-r nnich smaller, much less posed him in solid phalanx the y-.r.- found by looking into th., latest meth-.!Io .ive il, f!,'ther i,.':,riatiai, .i
s1 bad 5i3 t1 hIr',- lt :.,,irain' in the world's eyes, but 1S96 and 190<. 0ods which, require that a great loiit- d *loi) hi. terer in r lorida
9%0 00flad Itoa* tlfl ag t '.0-1 flaglg tof'r v'A I 1
Mo .6 91 .. 1utli.h. a: *their homes. Questioned as to the attiti!e of the ical campaign shall be carried on The Trl,':r. co:r ,1,- t' h e
l dt: .u t,- i.-,I. tt,.- r*-.I ar, I I in,3 sp,.cially anxious to empha- New York financiers. Colonel TL!ia- with, rh least possible use tof m )ny. l)r:se of Da'te cOuntl i.: Inikirt.' i"
I ', ie4 bu. i vi ~iiI- plin, bocatuse I feel very Iferro stated that the monied nien have All those marching clubs torchlight x.!.bit dfl'\ believes t ti,.. .i.r
PIAlKl NAR0 Eiin. *t'Ia.. th,. iniporance of supporting viewed the situation complacently, process ions, brass )and!s nnd the like Cr:'.tis of F'oripi c',::. fo!,,' "i.
P. V. S wwg. SiMta ManTer. i,\.-i;ier enterprises and of The-e big financiers, according TO Col- which go to make up a campaign of go, exa.:,;e at r' t .l
-- r*.-sardirnl adequately the work done onel Taliaferro. are not reluctant in noise and enthusiasm cost money, with ily in'';,+.-'r lr,,P'"
PS*00V. IPTEUSEllR 25P. 1,36 t, trhe' lhcal editor antl his staff. You!making the statement that Bryan is' Somebody had to sl!pply that 10on- Tampa Trih)n.
------ (annot k,-p this country in order, l) by no means a defeated man. and ey. It had to come from somewhere
CarrUa'1w ba_. cha -,, T 't% ctann,t regulate or keep down its they add further that his strength is and the old sources of abundant sup- THE SECOND MISS ROOSEVELT
' lS Ww N otK h a ,,t '~ Ini lttK -, lT t' i
a t n,*oqu011'i\ ,rizatnize.dl rascalityv unless you much greater than in either of the ply have been shut off. IN THE LIMELIGHT
ha- t in ,.*-,r. little town and, if pos- other years in which he has made The democrats have s.t the exam-
~A .~*~I '. '9I.. m.*''.,-;..n. r; ,i t H '.-r'v little village. the local the race for the presidency. pie. or atre setting it. of an econornii- mnner n whi Mi '
,I s ' ,1*11 i.i, t, r ' A is a moral pi,,licetnan, us- Business conditions improving all call conducto.I prsiloentia l canpaia n vRoo ,vlt acqtitt ,.i !:r-,lt aT Ii
'I,, i^. .,'\ he1& 1 1'11. l 1,-% 1 h li.s cl'1i'. ovtT tllhe country is another cheering and the r .publictins ,dare not ,i iart r SIt kill 'it- lIal t-litor by nez- i rei)ort the president of the First: Na- far from i:. But the people are ioin'ii_ y -,.,z N t-,aii Ho.pif'l (,i\I ,'
A,, : nx-. .i ..I- I *> I 1i'.- j -i,."- coiunlns you tionai Brank brings with him. Colo- jusT as ,ijch .." ,l oli.i. -.Oho1 ani i&t,,.-.,rver- that h'\\''*loor '
S' 5 . . ;' r * .J- i. ,'ajity ani' the counttry | ,'l Tualiafrro l)ar'icularly sttidio,! quiet thin'.;in as t!h \" <-er eil 'n i s dond 4a 'ITh*r i. i..stils' t .
3 1 1, I;t-:, ,,t 't I -il o-t't "1', ili-ii'r colilltions a ld tilhte politi-lai re goiiig t) T o:e soie \\hi:'i, el,'ci,, ". 1, .; .r or' th v '.!!
t" ,i.i- :.. ,,! ,.,;'li<- ,l'1.f.-* aii Liiao.l 1(,V- situatioi. He gives it franu.xi: a.- his day comlies. n r v v
20 4ft hte '0II 4 t4 *
f_ _tf_ h ,,, ,, _____ ,___.1 I ;t '_ .' ,n -" '. t.
,,__. . .___ _ ,'.',ta ,:' Y- .., 1|t-ar it!,>- Co('infl W'"'l opinion tlh-t the tradl ru\iva:i in i.,u-- The tact is that i 'h, no i., t,:l c(aL n \ -ith iher father slt. t,,,- .+;r :. r i
; i- ll, '. 01 i, li:Irrt ti- tarni'.rs if iness is to10 contilinue with th, Ir;'s;,d'e or anIld shouting le !''o e rtl, iio hias ,) .tl)L,.:' ,t- Sa ti !. i" . '1
J a ov I n .A :.,1 A' ' I..> t'I,:,- \,,. u ,' ,l tiatic.ailv to wv.Jrk of a greater d' businesss within si i."r always 1,,,en (leeptive. ir .:e |i,.r !,rt in hIe :t';i,.i t.'-"
st so 1 .--o ,. 'Ii, % at. .) I. \" -',''4ini '|,. iI wA't'( !.:.:. tO) death tint.e. Business is improving stoi!,!1. A laar-ge portion of ilhe vote-s have a \a To p)r'-,i'.i o; .r tl,,. t'-. ,,
V N1 6', u< ."- .. ;,. T, t,. ; .iiors are, trh,, wa ch- li, reports. an i th e election of B,'y voted Inily tIne's, have tixe.,I t .o","pol(icai t J ( T '
it. -*I' v,,te ip.., 11111 Zt" t1 .i-loo" ....I.)
tI i*'*, ,' T:,;, t ,r !.,i ....' ,,' i ,.'a l n,9i.ZIh,(brI oI 1. Tnl. an. st) t.f )i g finaicier.- agree., vil; olVictiops. ann l are iio ilislo).-e l ", jt.h f]j._ olt, th es c As''. I'. '.
Ii.. ir.I t, 'ha-'. ;hl.y are, t:. real n ,t ,iisiurbl I:sin-'ss ('onilitions. get excieui or listlay their p .'r. h i ni e i- 5-r
Mi .. *.:. \i II '.. ,'. '..t ,,. r- ,1 t,.b Ioilic. Thiy .; ReporNts on business and i p i li .. asm 1 ]i' r. or linary cir'"!istanc's. i rs.' Nichola- Longw(,. :,i1.. r. -
R : 1 t: : ,,I !.;,' d:t ,a'.itt ln o: n le'ropoliLar s;uch as (C'Ojlo l! Taliafero brings ii.," is this so-call.,i silent vot tdhat o- hs her n ot her. v. o i h-r (' ".
fV"W, *9 ,' ., a ';t I i.. "-,p ;,, I I',l1110' ,p. 4-t'1i1 to ,1,) him, e .manatini from the recognz.,l -i ci(loes miOst elections. n3 VH ,ay.- Pe,! a- \. ,'. ; th
Sofi' f. .it.t'' 0 t i'. y\ Vo''; a g()ood authority in political and industrial cola Journal. h e ii..Vis 'I '
", : '." .. i.'.; r- -!'Ii foir your U 4i- lines an I from a man wl.o is, wi:h;l. .- --. ;._p..) i, __,, i'a__r' ,, u'..V...M. "A ,r ,-
I 'V 4 .' .1( t-it ,ors1ah: - .., "'".-'i." i.\,'-' ir".', when you ad- conservative, is significant. His LETTER FROM THE CHAIRMAN OF I hor .-k!rts and hlr Lair in iia:.!n-1
I hllt latrg, t ,. *...(: 'r'"-. i'l, *h.:i \\-i-,.lv. an, i they statem<-n! relative to l.usines v ill THE DEMOCRATIC FINANCE Irails. It was only last winner tL: $
bdrwtd ,'rlm,. *I I, *hi,,'. t r., :'". i( P,.r and prosperity cheer up every lusin."ss -,an. I i COMMITTEE s le te Natonal Cath-.rl Scho
I I'l.ut,, i a .,'14 'h,. li ,',rth of intelligent a.,ver- report on the Bryan wave .hju.l! s ;.-- and -le was 1,7 years ohl on Anus"-
tip d neiine ulat. ever (5enocrat to a heart'er i!,- Chicago. Ill.. S,'i:. 13. ,'. ..

I %otit1! -a' to the writer r of adver-

tM- a. b anniousetO her roTni.r A tn,,.t. as I would say to a report-
GO= tio ma la P tiffrac. andI atl ,-r or a yV)oig edlitorial writer, that
w 5s a I sd-.r Im th .-au. of t%, vh, nist inliportant th4ng of all is
i 's rtihta s-inilplicity in language, distinct ui-
....__ terane, o ,f each thought, perfectly dis-
Irt 4kj4t1 AnAdr9e of Jer'. ('Iit.. tnict separation of each thought trom
WIN wv4 lit es tbHtiiNadth tiullc" ea*-.h otth'-r thought, to avoid confus-
68l-- H" dI"-larH h.m< -r ion. and above all things, cultivate a
qt -r' r term- Itltf.* BoI.. n ,:mnit.- t+le easily real. Every man can
I1 the- ovm of t 1la w ri,, simply, readlably., if he will.
SCir (-tain formulas. I think, hold
Un i Gl(ma G msmasaar of th.- ef- ,,ktin tht. aiverising field, as in
-% 4rand (Virtet ('afe at Ybor ('Cit. other fi-ieds of human effort. The val-

Me am It. hsahruPtlrv He Placca

1. of an ad\oertisenment depends. first.

terest in the presidential cone -T
Tampa Tribune.


The Louisiana legislature has just
been wrestling with a proposal to
make women eligible to serve on ed-
ucational and charitable boards. Rep-
resentative Shattuck th-e tallest man
in the legislature, was the chief cham-
pion of the bill. This moves the Wo-
man's Journal to say: "It has often
been remarked that big men, f:-om
Phillip Brooks down. are more apt to

btb a--.f *t 8:1i %,'.t ant hi-,. lialili Ipon th-. nunil',-r (.f p)eoihl it reach-l be just and generous in their attitude
Um1t 3411 44 .s sectnl. upon their willingness toward women than men of smaller
- nA.! ( comfort in reading it. and. third, size. It is the weak and second-rate
T%#." is a maoavrait. ..tnI f ot an 't. n thil- ability of the readers to buy men who have the most fear of wo-
Mtod o ;..r:a h n I. advertised, man's competition. The really strong
M e four Y N I ru1-i t, t h h#-ll-ols a i%-trt', -
Thew gia rl-ti-ote rl s &#'*-it'r. \It is important for the advertiser man is not afraid of what his sister
lw yt"oal ,f ih.- ',,,te',r. . t, a'oi, ,l uplicating his advertise may do to him if her hands are not
If -rT nlI.'It Much money is wasted that gally tied."
t. aAlmantied."
ic % ay. A iman voa-s into a big city an', In a campaign waged some years
r F 'r T | 1 \ -' *r ',1 h a t, t l "*,*i. I
adi\,-.rtis-,s in half a ,dozen or more of since for woman's suffrage in New
eti at tor1 in tI,, -it -, i* rt ewi t looi--
S, th' new-pi)apers in that city. One Hami p)shire. a number of Iawher, and
Im dior. ?rr -n, u' i: -1.' .: na' ,n. .
nian buv- thl',t, or four newsp)ap)ers business men offered th-,i service's as
oI dtvorr tr.,, -l', .1 .: A 1110,. \ :1 1
n, takes th-,in all home. Only one speakers and workers. All save one
dlllklI T|,,-r. It *? IIf Opil~ l'.i'It;' 1 1
S,,, Or. pe ri of 11or Vand,-r',ilt
,It,. W ,it uI- n of tho house. to duck their heads to go through the
T t, ta Th, :,',t-t-r:i-ing donfe in the oth- door which led to the executive office.
thr < t>II igani,. ;li .l;'-,,oi.\ ill,'
.- ,nia t T 11 -r iuplifcatfld or wasted,--niOlOy
t tb.sin e 4-haitnilit ,tala-h iso 4 t^hrovn auay.-Arthur Brisbane to Ad- HANDSOME BRYAN PHOTOGRAPH
trth, anfat~u, a\,, .rtising Me.n at Kansas Ciy. ----
118t1' lr tnl.(i !1 ',*^'o T h,/ fl, '- ,, ., .*f
i tta- m6 0 0,.4I t ..r 1, f- -- l Catching William J. Bryan in onc of
S. T .- , GOVERNMENT PAY ROLL SWELL-I the most pleasing andI naturally char-
g m c' i t d ( T a l l ; t l f ^ ^ <, ., ; t .. ; t , T i 1 ,
SED BY $20.000.000 lacteri,-tIc atzr.-des was the good for-
---- ilme of the p)hotographlr responsible
.tT . t !*;,. It'..! e',",. .'' of T !,"'- ; ".' T' l,'a >,,.I,, !'.sty. pai tolfot the w ondelorful true-to-life photo-
%it 1 . I ti ,- '.r .., *":O( .- '- avi.i .lulv i is a r'd er!-r ra U1 of' the dem ocratic leader
I ,' ; : ,' , -. .. :' ;,'.n '!^ '( lt,1t ,aity Ihi.0 y1e1r their l thi(h !' Ia '11j"'-' Tf '.'- '., p lut on i ,.', ':-al gov,'rn- i N eitoih r p rint'.r nor pulblisher spar-
I , ,, %. ,'., , ., ,,.I,' m r : ., r ,I!. i, tf i. cash i-r \ in- 1 l *' -x,1 *x 'l.- .e in its t .i )i'Odllction -on se-
., -t'T ,, p a lirtI,, fll-)"e 1m ^ \' Q iqetIlly this -ic i'' of Nel'braska's fa-
...,, ,... I ,- ,..1,>,,, \ (!'o T .-on. and Flo i*.uias t:,f voritt can-

Mr. Frank Harris. Editor Ocala Ban-
ner, Ocala. Fla.:
Dear Sir-WX'e have just received
the latest issue of the Banner, and
note with much pleasure that your
popular subscription list to the dem-

In view of her father's retirentat
on March 4 next, the Washington '),.
cial set is expecting several brilliant
functions for her. The probability cf
a ball in the east room of the \Whtt,
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ocratic national campaign is steadily formal bow to society, is being taik-1 ,
growing larger, of.-Washington Post. Ne Yr.
We take this occasion to congratu- Yt ( rh% ti '
late you on the results; ani also to MARK TWAIN'S NOTICE TO HIS Ah the' ..-k, %4,. '
etie'. T':.'r,+ qr o ,,, '
say to your readers, through you, that NEXT BURGLAR who ar i '- r,.-',. -,
the democracy of the nation is grate- -EXT BR A 'h.o' '
fit'so tion forth" P tri,.c -e, ons
ft! to them for th- patriotic response There is nothing to be hal in this _ay ly x or.,
to the appeal for funds. -house henceforth but plate', ware. i. ,'; , p ,-
Nearly all of the information re- You will find it in the brass thing | 16)1, : 1
coived here is most encouraging for over in the coe by the ia-, ot 'a--, ,, ,.r
democratic victory in November. kittens if you want the basket pu from a r ,I,,i.1' "
Keep up the good work. 'he kittens in the brass thing. Antd -
Very truly yours. Io net make any noise it disturbs 7 '
M. C. WETMORE. te tanily.
Chairman Finance Committee.
You will find gum shoes in th.- hall A i-: : ', ,:
Sby that thing that has umbrellas in ,it\ i v' .
WHAT'S IN A NAME iT-th tj ) thing they: call a chiffoni.r or nilst ,..:-. I!
p 'rgol;, or v.hatoever it is.- Ple1'.>e hi'.ti r11 \. ,
E,'it ,r Ha-ri of thie Ocala Ban:er (:, I h, t .l ,n o I go a g :i; f r .. [ '- .- -
ihas ch "lu, i. rie T P T ()f that city Affectionat -lv, e.n ar, I'.,
T The - e':City"T tO, of 'T:*, S. L. C. :. i i
(C'i-v -,t Sv ., -'; C':)r: .(e ,." __-G ti- es ille ,,ill .,w 'l
S -, The above is tho notiiet- that M"ark i'ana *| -t 0:*-
,it- nick nanes do not always Twain-Samuel, L. Cle(on ,s-wrot man y.-r r
wear w-ll, but "S\weet ('Conter" is bet- Satrtlay and hung up in the dining ang,. ,-. t. ..
_r1 than nic'-r.' root,)I of his beautiful county h(,me. iimean i ,.,a- .
Orlando once sport l "Plhenomte- in th i hills, near Reilding. ('Conn. a-e tio t. (,t ,b
nal." andl then some fellow d!l)( i The reason fort the not( wa p)- irsl,,,i. ,,.r
"Autoniobile.'" tnt. for burglars who are now !al- an- i pn i,;, ...
We believe Sanford was ouce styleod I
t h 1 w i in the jail at Bt'ilgporrt. in- I ,r, aL-- ,. .'
"Gate City." ur now it is "'Celry."' vae, dlhl Chlemens home earlv Sati r-I wi h ati, t I.'
an d W s people "1 re e'v en c allt-ll "C ei r I ^ ^ ^ .
and it': pep1e+ are ever, 'ell, C.t "'Ci(r- day morning and stole $:,'l wor'h 1-1nofjand fiti 1--4
ies. t- real silxe+rware and sonle con-,i.'ra- S'i
Possibly Ocala folk- are style ,- t ne r-silv.wa .
blde 1l1101111T O of ar-sil\,, wr(al.t
"Coniteil it 1." an! 01 ()rl;1n151) pel) ') .,
"'Automol)iiit.'-" an! .lacl,.')Iiville es't- JOHN CHITTYA
it,,ents M a4eiles. -- T lalh O Tiu*'n-.
Mr. .lii ('hitty 01 Ot'a \va ('ati;.nla
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S- -l ...... ra tnrday is the Jewish fest-l
^^..^~ ~ do*."_'* 001 P gPT n C Y W T m D
WO be b lt.Wbym mew Year and the celebration of the AN1 STOC LT11
6i=&a m "7 hi st ,, ,tore iPwtant feast, Yom Kp-
~ em' t ~L ith very Ilur. or the day of atonement, will tak(
PInYWfw as he w m excd- iPice ten days later. While there has been considerable It is entirely the fault of the south-
hWct ^yM wtth all ces.. The Jewish people will observe tae talk and some writing on the subject ern farmer that such stock is not
Th Teo-ie 5glves the follow- festival period, and the new year 369 of the possibilities of live stock in produced here. He will not pay the
S t*e^k a thW life of Capt. Max-1 will be auspiciously entered upon. the south, there have been no results price to get a good sire. It is true
m ; The celebration of Rosh Hoshana ,of consequence. The southern man we have the fever tick, which has
D" Uw wll MaxwUell was bom in or New Year, as is the case with all says cattle, sheep and hogs can be caused great damage, but solutions
the cty Tal laate. February 2. Jewish festivals, begins at sunset. produced, but he does not go ahead are now made that can be sprayed on
13 =. O af WIfUla McWhir and Re- It seems to have been a general cus- and produce them, and his writing and cattle, and the tick killed. This gives
beem F E well Maxwell. Capt. torn among semitic peoples to count talking have no weight, temporary relief. The different states
Mawetll was 4aoeded from noted their year as beginning In the fall The man who loves stock, has rais- acting with the agricultural depart-
w,'.lut0i0ary stock on his father's! synchronous with the harvest festi- ed and does raise stock, simply says: ment at Washington, can rapidly push
sid quaaUfltag him lia his membership val. and. since all semitic people 'This is all bosh. If these things the fever tick into the gulf. This will
with the Uevaftnah Chapter. Son of range their calendar according to the were possible, the man who now owns be of great aid to the south, and an
the XRvtrWtlot. He pursued his stud-! phases of the moon it can be "eadily the land would raise some stock.' effort should be made for a larger ap-
m a his bi>lve country until 1Is7. understood why. following the ancient Time was when people had faith propriation to aid in this tick extermi-
whe*u ho attendel the high school at custom, the Jewish new year occurs and believed, in a general way, what nation. Let every man who feels an
('asmrhn Mass and remains at in the fall. And because of this dis- they were told. But that day is past, interest in cattle, write a postal card
ha' i'b"ltutiom until the fall of lGu'.i crep)anry between the lunar and sola- and we are all from Missouri now- to his congressman, and simply say:
wh.*- t0, wountr% wai disturbed y I years there is a few days' variation we want to be shown. "Help us get rid of the fever tick."
tbw- aii.rnrhb o! c il war. In the from year to year in the date of he The southern man will Point to his Results will be surprising.
,rnt'.xg ,,tf 14;1 h.- vliat-er" his. s.r- c-lebration according to current cal- scrawny, narrow-loined, thin-legged Demonstrated in Florida
iI,*-0. T( th ('(mfl.--raer. enlisted aj endar steer, to his razor-back hog, and say:
poa'. In a epmnian organiz..,! bv I differentt from the ordinary concep- "They cost nothing to produce. Just I do not know what is being d(lone
'o ThbIor. H1e'-ari of Talla.,,tion Rosh Hashanah has a deep re look at them: They make their own in the Carolinas, Georgia and Ala-
a.a>l WuIt,? to Ptrntandina andl iioul significance It is called, in living and you see what they are!" bama, but I know there are men in
rtmas.b-I the-re unti; July i1,;. th.- Bible the day of remembrance. That is just the trouble. The man Florida who are demonstrating her
.-t th.. ^.^ tanrferrp. to lack- the W0t1l.6,Mi adi si"m at i'ompany D. Blowing thi shofar. or trumpet. it is kets today, does know what they are, Herefod, and similar breeds are be-
tI the. t' Iffid r.thia infantry. in,in.r '-uI e.-nrg. T Ward. I.icut C.d San- preparation for the great Yom Kipiur. them, at a profitable price, if they es on the native cow are remarkable
wel 4P Ro,-ri. andl Majr ipw i. .he dlay of atonement. have "just growed." and very satisfactory. There are now
P' MoIt ,o Richiuia,. w,.r, The lays between Rosh Hosh'i;:,n It is true. if such as they can grow calves and yearlings of the second.
t11- sr'i.-d I:, Cag. Maxw.ll and Yonm Kippur arte being known .s on this land. without any aidl or at- cross ,and it will be but a year or two
*.-,.. a,. ,.ra a a&f if n nhe'mmis-! lh. awful days. or th. ten days .f tention from mn-an. it is an indication when there will be some herds of
,.'* i'- tint:l att,. hla. ,',.nP..-v l *,,nitenc,. each of which is oTset'vel that letter could be produced, if a cows that would look well in the blue-
%-&lgm ..0114 laair, 4 ., t,. h, \e a halt-fas lay liv the more orho- little aid was driven. There are lands grass pastures of Kentucky.
,-A ,11t. S K.,'i .d H.oThe.i t,, .. i -. r as a conillt t fa,- ton liontlhs in the year. and feeds to Oxford down bucks are being used
*.,n' :,, ,,, ,' < ,, i t i, .-. i. 'r F'.:a .d :of te' nc a- theh f-as, of ta !,T- eCourage growth and to fatten can on the native ewes and Florida expects
S9 1 .,'" V..i .-, ;- h* ... which co-responds wih i!thi e grown at a low cost. The south to ship spring lamb to New York.
SIh- h ii Thansgivin concludes has som igooi soil-and sunshine. Now. if the people who want to be
,,*, ,. 'lzri tian T hanI,-sgix-iing. conclude i<
C,9,,t,t.I [,',oi t, ..., ,: ,, C l. wf h)!v ,i'v: with a wek'. ,1 rain soil. Ituro. warmth and culti- shown, will take the trouble to co.i,
S ,!. ".* '. 9 ,t:. ,,f .* *'a .r.ti,)n an,4I. a;.s il all such cases. ,', ation will make cro in any 1)10 of to Marion county. Florida, they ca,
Sf i the world when they work in uni- and will be shown. We will show t: e
.! '-, n) i .J ,, I) ,,',! r,. r. an d last d av ,- o f the o'i:.'e v 'ti.<
t in' ar I I It '14 1 1a , 11 1N *j 1' ,. :k', liZiO s services. The son. native cow and the pure bred bull
U a..... +', I. .el. t" ,a .. n -ek i, r.-a.llv v t thanksgiving fe,.ti An Open Opportunity running loose in a pasture andl
S.* 9 ,. *.v .,: , al whkh is lar aI lv i-ankalogousto t. There is no reason why the south- grass is all they are getting to o.t.
~ ~ l is I. -,T "t, ,-1 14 1 lw h -.., 14.. ., ", '9 .... t. \, ;, .. l'rn I.i-l howme. It lpartalke in eastern stat'-, shoull not supply a A little hay may l)e givon later on,
. ''i ,. .: ',. a:it -,. oi thl.t nature of thile two .e- ;- Poo part of the calf crop which now but. at present they are doing well oni
*' '. '0 1 k i'n1. '. a- a c!.r '1 'il !,l\ ,ays and is conned -, goes trom Tv-:ts and other southwest- grass. We will show that Flori:
S ".1 ,. ... M :. % ;i'. L ,': o:n'v in time. This fe,,. ern m states 10 lhe cornl belt to be fin- has men who demonstrate their f,,a i
M 9-
L ,o.. ... ., , .,;,,:n,.' . ..ot.g ratht.r to the cycle of th'.]ihel. Thoe- is no reason why th, oy their works
Is' ',q. 1 I 't,. r .,,- ,.,', 'shrt. Iil rinlag.. con clutin th.ll I south should not furnish the north- There is a bright future for the lin c
f#k. 6'1 0 ,,l ,,l ., *'.,' R R'in- Passover. the Pentecost and ith ,.t ern eastern cities the early lamb that stock interests o the southeast. W\
.,.. t h :.t k.' '.. 1 -; .ot Tabernacles is so much in demand. Expensive are nearer the large eastern cities
r.' .. V a barns are built and expensive feeds than other stock-producing states of
4DF1 II U .'L A 'r * 0% at ,'rlla 0 AFFINITY TRADE WAS A FAILURE are provideLd by the northern farmer like climate, and then think of the
d,"',, & 190h., i, h 4. R.".-> a to supply this demand" and the sc.uth growing cities of the south, the cot
*t ',.'t it. ',t' f;,tah' atj Ant news item sent out Monday from furnishes part of the feed: but this ton mills and the iron and coal indtua-

at, .' Th a" nat j nanyra Norwich. N. Y.. says: cannot be done with scrub stock. tries. These people must and ., *ll
,,*,. I,, -" h. a, n ,a,, g,.n,-ral ".Jsh Crandall and Oscar Scott Good beef bulls must be used and have meat; let the south provide it.-
-,i IT ** i trranit,-. dico,,ered last winter that there had some of the good mutton rams sup- S. H. Gaitsklll. in Atlanta Cons-itu-
'._ _... ..",, "f,', t; 10"Itt and g,-., lt'.n a matrimonial misdeal, and each plied, tton.

ava-h -tl the oth'.,r's wife. In June a
') ,s .* alr, I i, the- fal' of
T i rade was arranged, and Scott anti
.-- h. n< ,* .,i ii-rtti', I.t,,
S I ,, Mr-. Crandall left for a Pennslivania
@.*" *, ,, .... til n .".| .Il3n"-tr
i 4 it w 'i tr tn The property of the two famnil-
i..% as livi"del, evenly before the re-
l q ** - a ,) l n f I I. J & ., :' ' ', ,
ode jI*as;, ent. and Mrs. Crandall receiv-
,,' a, a bonus a bo0-tailed hor.A-. a
*. So I. a,+,- n' nll0, rl*T' 9
,,' .. .. ..M * *i' ^, I, h,1 *. i._
"'('r.i,.iall antl Mrs. Scott sent the
7 q- ,a I, it ?f! |l | .. T ', ,"
,,-pt.'r |air away with their blessings.
, aind th incilodent was gradually for-
:v.'tn un'il a week ago it leaked o-.t
*0. ,,It'.1. ' t ;. T \ i' ...
'Y.: al' !a not harmonious at th.p
C * . ... >. i "' a, | "
<'ran.iall horn.' A reference to the
a s ,i +* a.' ',' t 'I .
L;id ot fie. ilettv used to make ha.l
; ' * t.. i t'@ I |1a
TI..t.,, th,' f,,rmnt-r Mrs. Scwtt wroth, so
., l,.t \\ l' she went is not
) m, , ) *' h : ' .. . ..

nwn alut1 Mrs. ('raniall arrived: in
,,*Tn ,*.-,, .iv. driving the bob-taii-
..; 't ,*'
*' tai anmi Wa. r'ceiewl "with jp),-n
..: t,\ h r affinity-cured husband.
th, did -1.,,t ,ring back the money
"' La -'-I'h hi.i t received in the first
I 't a+. fr .- fo,'It.l, to he.r surprise.
,- 'a, -ta, alledl a' theh bank for it
1 *,.' p.t 1t'-V hiNt bel'n ,lepo-itek! in
S,, .... af ,yi'\ '- n -Iwi' anal not her" owni."


a' --*i. a n~if to the New'
fril says,1
liii. liti ~ ah. :t l;i-.h inlvenltor.
9 ~ ~ ~ ~ i i%-I, 19'to ork :a linmloly)
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The steam-r Alligator left Leesburg
this week down the Oklawaha river
for Palatka, where she will be hauled
out rn ', ways and thorotugbly clean-
The owners have leased her to
Messrs. Grow and Pagenhart of San-
ford who will operate her between
Sanford and Lake Harney as a freight
and passenger boat. The Alligator is
a large steamer 81 feet long. and that
she was able to make the trip down
the Oklawaha river after two years of
drouth, when the river is lower than
for many years, clearly demonstrates
the fact that this section of the state
hns a waterway to the Atlantic that
with some im'rovemnient would prove
of untold benefit. A line plying be-
tween Leesburg and Palatka would
look good to this section.-Leesburg




Tampa and vicinity, always in th.,
lead in progressive enterprises and
important developments, has been
within the past few days placed again
in the forefront by the discovery of
another natural resource, which prom-
ises much for the building interests
of this section. On a tract fully five
acres in extent, and possibly extend-
ing over a tract of twenty acres,
about a mile west of Sulphur Springs
and about six miles from Tampa strat-
as of fine marble have been found,
to be immediately developed by its
owners, and they claim to be able to
quarry enough fine marble to provide
all the stone necessary for the con-
struction or trimming of public or pri-
vate edifices in Florida for years to
come.-Tampa Cor. in Sunday's



4 ,, ~9 'ii 1% alt, *I1lillilioniml '-

Having just returned from the Eastern


Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
The Grahamville country hastily
sends greetings to the Times-Union
bureau which is located at the coun-

ty seat, Ocala. We want him


Robinson, the manager) to come sewn
some time and spend a while with
us on the Oklawaha. We will take
him through the "Angel's Garden of
the Woods" on Captain Randall's We-
nona, or Mr. Mason's yacht, the Ore-
Lets see: We believe Ocala has
over 5000 people. Grahamville has a
population of less than 300. In our
village there are four steamers, pleas-
ure launches, three on the Oklawaha
at Grahamville and Connor and one
on Diamond Lake. Col. Robert F.
Rogers owns the Diamond Lake boat,
and the three on the river are owned
by Capt. P. T. Randall. Mr. Henry
Mason and Tom Mitchell, colored. In
Ocala, at her Silver Spriings dock. are
four launches. They are the Camp
launch, the Robinson launch and Mr.
Carmichael's launch and Mr. Frank
Mathews* winsome and swift Merry
Widow. Yet Ocala has-well, you
know what the population is there-
and only four launches, the same
number as our little farm village.
We almost forgot to say a Nord
about the good ship William Howard.
owned by Capt. Hatton Howard. And
it was "made in Grahamville!" That
is fine!
Capt. Pat Randall invited all of the
young people in this section to Con-
nor Saturday. At Connor the gang
plank of the Wenona was shoved out
and he and Mrs. Randall received the
party one by one as they filed over the
rail. Enchantingly pleasant were the
greetings, and with John Staffor'd at
the wheel and Tom Mitchell in the
hold with the engine, the Wenona
turned about and soon passed out
into the Oklawaha trail, breasting
the limpid waters beautifully. "A.void
those grassy bends, John. as much' a-
possible." Capt. Randall shouted from
the bridge to his pilot, and to the en-
gineer he said: "Put her down hard
full ten-mile speed, Tom. and keel)
her wheel out of the grass."
The Wenona was then passing Tur-
key Creek, and everybody was happy.
Scenes down in our "Angel's Gar-
den of the Woods" are very gorgeous-
ly displayed in September, and they
enlarged every pair of eyes to a size
competing closely with that of a hen
egg; and the social chats made every-
one a Floridian. And the merry peals
of laughter awakened the birds of the
forest and the fishes were afraid to
come out.
Just a bend above Delk's Bluff Chief
Oklawaha bade them good bye, and
the winsome and blue eyed Indian
maiden. Silver Springs, beckoned:
"Come with me, ye highly civilized
pale face captain; make merry, We-
nona bunch.; follow me."
At Silver Springs a noon day lunch
was spread, old Sol marking the time
when he crossed his own universal
Those in the party were:
Dr. Percy Lisk. Misses Stella Mar-
tin. America Pillans, Dixie Pillans,
Agnes Holly, Laura Driggers. Tinsy
Holly. Bettie McCarley, Elizabeth
Pugh the Misses Stanaland. Mr. and

Mrs. P. T. Randall and children. Mr.
and Mrs. Bob Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. S.
E. Smith and children, Mr. and Mrs.
B. S. Rushin and children, Mrs. Pil-
lans and grandchild. Mary Hoyt Mar-
tin. Messrs. Raymonl Holly, Crawford
Armstrong. Pat Reynoldls, Pat Holly.
Mr. Smith of St. Augustine. Colonel
Rogers. Mr. B. M. Moodie and Mr.
John Rogers.

About daylight Sunday morning the
Merry \Widow of Ocala passed over
the ferry ropt ai Graham\ille. andl a
tew minutes later salutedl andl passed
Connor. She was on her way to
.Jacksonville the party on boa!,' onl
!)lsasir", bent. Those who we male
Soutr as passengers In the early nist
Sw.Ar: lossrs. Sam Matlh,,ws. Fr,'1
\ i5',. Jr.. El Benneitt. Fr ',d McA-
i e-r'. Jame:-z Carlisle and Cliffori Ay-
ai'. andi Mes-rs. Frank and Bor I Mathl-
') i I> ) T 1* > ,..1 'V t110* I\W Iri

I --k-- -I -'. a ~. C aC.I

get some r- mar ews frm m
Port McCoy is the bo-e of "Pta
sy," and we know ttt h to n--
rounded by a doze or a uati bW
beauties. Fort McCoy is ow esft
villa. Mr. Rentz., a getione fto
Ocala. is the person who bo4s to
reins in hand. Mayor J W Stevm
rules ever the town.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Long ad cW
dren went up to Oeala Priday Mr.
Long purchased a list of school *io
for the children while in tows
Mr. Horbce Hinton. atftr speadhn
a month at his home at Sharp u t
ry, has returned to Ocala an4 cm-
be found at Troxler'- Htwar, b4
quite a tussel with fever whilo ail
Miss Pauline Hinton wnt utip to
Ocala Saturday to Jo shopping W
was accompanied by her brother.
Little Miss Opal Hall of Arra.lla
writes on a postal souvenir of 'be
place that "It is for a (iren's play l'.o)ue that Fhbridla wa
made. and that ArcaIla i,* th 1l
Others who (?Kit.. l th. e ''),n' *-*al
lately were Mr an I Mr 4 N % Ftrt
Mr. Pat Randall an Mr- Jaw-., Roy
Col. Robe.rt F Roi.'r4 Is a' hofm
from Battle ('ree'k. Mlh
Mr. William Cotntx anvi Mr K I.
Mills are in Palatka ontb *i.oin,.q-
Horace Hinton. l.ih,.'r RKo ttlni
and Chester Fort of o()'a a s.**. a
our village Sunday a?'.nling .hareh
Of course th,-'se \OtIuIc *o.l'ltI*,rnn
from the "City %of Sw(,. Co,',n't"
we-re on otht-r nii',ii''I- hIrt-
Mrs J. S. HBerry %i t' hack to Ocala. wher',.,. % %!I ;,.aT
in the hi''h s<-hootl h, rt. ht .r-.
sons John. Albert an-I Cl'1:.4
Ocala is getting to I t, t.. trihti a
a brani new silver even b)rihtenel iu;, the i K tir-. twill
Mrs. John P1 rkinsk I.n In Oc ia &
the beilsifle of her -ick -soon .e '.r
Mr. Isaac Perkins h;- ImI t h...- I a
new cane mill. an-l w.e ire?.ir; e. thai
he will rai-* more cane th. i1r11t
Mr. C. J. Pillans. nrh;atn' iw.,t
master and bo-s farm-r of the. I--.- tra
section, is busy ths.- S*(.te-nb,,r
days. Mr. Pillans is MarI on otutty'd
syrup expert. He will soon commtosB
grinding his cane. Hot hi'ilt aa
new syrup go mighty good in S^p.
ber! Whew! Hush your fuss'
Miss Mary Holly has r.4urned ftu
Moss Bluff, where she has hbeen te
past month, visiting relatives


Special Cor. ocala Banner
Mr. P. T. Geiger of Moss RouIff wftO
has been quite sick for the pa( twe
weeks, has improved greatly acrorw
ing to last reports. We hope B*. will
soon be entirely recover, ,

We were glad to welc,,m. Miss 0
tie McCarley to our burg last altT
day. She is our teacher this yar 4
has started out with a full school
We are sorry to l-arn that Mkm
Ella Armstrong will lea*s. 5 us i
week. She has malde many frl -de
here, and we hop" -h,, will %left -
again. She will gi, e .nIn lm lmo
with relatives and frt.i-n-k in l.akPlamd
and other southern j)oIix,
turning to her home near M.Wivil n
There was a picnic I.nk- Dry
ant school hoea., Tue,-,a% .S.- ^ .i
of oirv younzn lpe(qle a', .n 'e-i an#1 re
port having hadl an e,' I .-n 1110
Mr. ('h T,,,#r JorT ," (h t i aI.t ia s
visitor on thi,- i1,l# f i, "l r t
S Mr. ani !r1 .I,,n '. sr a > e a
n new 3o(',. ;%0 .,) rri\,- ; ')) \ , | H e .i,. l,.-en (.? -t .. I., 'hr .
tolher Mar':t.
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The largest number of vitrified
O C ALA |t brick and McAdamied streets and
interior of the state.
Carpenters, masons, plasterers,:
Painters, printers, mvchinists and Ia-.
The Banner City of the i boring men galore
: Ocala has two of the finest hotels In
SBanner County of the the interior, and her smaller ones are
well kept and tidy. Her business
SBanner State. blocks are built of brick and stone
cement sidewalks of any city in the 1i
and some are three stories in height.,
OCia is everywere recognized as Ocala has an $85,000 court house,
>asw of the mat thrifty, enterprising built of stone-a handsome structure
a beautiful cities in the interior of -and the lawns, flower beds and
F)or&. It is the capital city of the walks surrounding it are a picture of
bamer county of the state-the coun- loveliness.
ty that captures all the big prizes at A government building in course of
the agricultural fairs-having to her construction, to cost when completed
credit the banner prize at three sue- $100,000.
cessive state fairs and a large num- An Athletic Association, with well
b.-r of Individual prizes equipped gymnasium and reading
The lands urrounding Ocala are rooms.
'be m*oit eefaate-,i and fertile in the
stat le aM - an .^ I U ^_I

cala i located on the great ridge
.P*'|raIng the rain fall. part of which
flovw into the Atlantic ocean on the
(ae aide and part into the Gulf of Mex-
i(',o on the (other
Marv,-kmou Silver Springs-more'
t-aut:ful *han the Blue Grotto of
ltal -is only five miles distant.
Blu little less wonderful
and lo,-l>. is only eignteen miles dis-
tant *o the westward, and Lake Weir,
nr*, charming than Lake Como. is
jup, eighteen miles to the southward.
a,-aning in the Indlas tongue is "fat,"
azird signifies tbe "land of plenty."
The fine-t stock farms in the state
are near Ocala. and the most progres-
,- andi up to date farmers, with un-
-rrlng Judgment, have located their
, farms ne-ar here.
Here tho farmer lives at home, his
snmuke h(mse and his corn crib, his
potato banks and his dairy, bulge with
ple-vf. and in his barn-yard are seen
p-.1aciko. urkeys, geese, ducks, chick-
sons and guineaS.
SSpeaking ip*ocifically and coming
down 't( a 'lain statement of facts,
se menUtic that:
Ocala Has

4 ;rlf lInkit
4 )u.- fitiribt
Tute 1&,,ries.e

One ArcitAot.ct
$elve-rj i,.,

Twn -in !&ht-jpf

*in.o g~Ab hAIl?
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lutz druig ~pe
Two I.Aint huls
Fo~ur ('rtj-itirc?.rs
Twc, cigar .Oomb.
Four @shoe -bps
Oine MnUSIC bouW-e.
one gro-ten bouw-e
hireitmDph' a'cians.
Two Ilet.fat-tories.
Two planing Mills.
F'le barber shops.

Thrtw art schools.
Thbrp wood yards.
Os. public library.
Ose marble works.
Two bicycle shop.
Two lumber yards.
Two racket stores.
ree mall delivery.
Thrvw dental rooms.
A t elphoe system.
Tso haberdasheries.
Three silversmiths.
Two prvtiIng clubs.
Two public schools.
onee barrel factory.
()Ot botKtling works.
Fifteen< fruit stores.
Six bo rding houses.
Two abstract offices.
oine t'athoiic church.
Thrme wagon works
A military company.
Two machine shops.
Thre*- Jewelry stores.
Thrw music schools.
o Tea diry goois stores.
, nq- Ct'netw laundry.
Tro tiaily newI'apers.
One f.niakl physician.
Fitte*-n grovelrn stores.
Thrby- furniture stores.
F'our harilware stores.
F*,.\ Hapti-' churches.
(rOn. 'hrlstiAn church.
Fur pho<,phate offices.
, ,ai,l firv 1-,iartnient.
Thr", railway syst-ms.
Two c T-,- ,ackmlth shops.
, o. ne. -rnary hospital.
Kixht t-.ti-o,,lent orders.
IT, ,t,.rtnarv surgeons.
T%4-9t\ '\,. auiiomobiles.


District 1-J. I
District 2-Job
District 3-Wi]
DeFuniak Spring
District 4-Th4
District 5-R.
District 6-J. I
District 7-D. I
District 8-J.
District 9-G. I
District 10-C.
District 11-D.
District 12-E.
District 13-F.
District 14-E.
District 15-A
District 16-T
District 17-J.
District 18-H
District 19-L.
District 2A-D.
District 21-J.
District 22--W

I. B. Wilier, Milligan.
n S. Beard, Pensa-

lliam W. Flournoy,
eop. West, Mariinna.
F. Horsford, Coe

E. Broome, Quincy.
H. Sloan. Lakeland.
W. Henderson, Talla-

V. Dayton, Dade City.
L. Leggett, Green-

C. McMullen, Tam-

L. Cottrell, Oldtown.
M. Hudson, Miami.
R. Cone, Lake City.
Z. Adkins, Starke.
S. Davis, Fernandi-

B. Johnston, Live

H. Buckman, Jack-

C. Massey, Orlando.
H. Baker, Orange.
A. Williams, Cedar i
illiam M. Girardeau,
Villiam M. Girardeau, [

I Monticello.
District 23-1. N. Withers, Lady
District 24-W. Hunt Harris, Key
District 25-Buel Cook, Chipley.
SDistrict 2--E. S. Crill, Palatka.
District 27-Joseph H. Humphreys,
District 28-Frank W. Sams, New
District 29-W. E. taker, Melrose.
District 30-W. H. McLeod, Jas-
District 31-L. W. Zim, St. A'ligus-
District 32-H. H. McCreary,
Alachua-S. L. Carter, T. A. Doke.
Baker-J. L. Kelly.
Bradford-L., D. Wall, D. E. Knight
Calhoun-E. b. Partner.
Citrus-E. S. Grace.
Clay-Chas. Conway.
Columbia-Johe W. Hitcher, Jas. B.

Dade-Geo. 0. Butler.
DeSoto-J. H. Brown.
Duval-I. L. Farrls, Frank E. Chase.
Escambia-C. L. Wiggins, John P.
Franklin-E. R. L. Moore.
Gadsden-J. W. Mahaffy, J. W.
Hamilton-L. C. Register, J. W. By-
Hernando-F. L. Stringer,
Hillsborough-John S. Tylor, D. T.
Holmes-W. G. Watford.
Jackson-W. E. B. Smith, J. H.
Jefferson-S. D. Clark, A. J. Boland.
Lake-J. R. Miller, J. S. Godfrey.
Lee-F. J. Wilson.
Leon-A. S. Wells.
Levy-W. J. Epperson.
Lafayette-M. Chairs.
Liberty-E. K. Thagard.
Madison-Chas. E. Davis, J. Ellis
Manatee-A. F. Hull
Marion-L. S. Light, W. D. Cam.
Monroe-W. H. Malone, Jr., Chas.
L. Knowles.
Nassau-A. E. Ogilvie, J. E. Calk-

Orange-A. B. Newton. J. H. King.
Osceola-G. S. Acree.
Pasco-P. C. Litell.
Polk-J. A. Cox, W. J. Durrance.
Putnam-H. A. B. McKenzie, S. J.
Santa Rosa-E. V. McCaskill, A J.
St.. Johns-W. A. McWilliams, C. J.
St. Lucie-W. R. Hardee.
On~m __^/

On of Their Practleal Joke That -

Scared Their Friends.
In Scott's "The Drama of Yesterday
and Today" the author tells of a prac-
tical Joke played by Henry Irving and
Earry Montague upon a number of
their friends, and "in its execution was
ween the first dawning glimmer of that
tragic force that was ultimately to find
expression in Hood's 'Dream of Eugene
Aram' and *The Bells.'" Irving and
Montague, hitherto the best allies, be-
gan to quarrel on their way to a picnic,
and their friends feared some tragic
consequences. After luncheon both of
the men disappeared.
Smale's face turned deadly pale. He
felt that his worst fears were being
realized. With one wild cry, "They're
gone-what on earth has become of
them he made a dash down the Dar-
gle over the rocks and bowlders, with
the remainder of the picnic party at his
At the bottom of a "dreadful hollow
behind the little wood" a fearful sight
presented itself to the astonished
friends. There on a stone sat Henry
Irving In his shirt sleeves, his long hair
matted over his eyes, his thin hands
and white face all smeared with blood,
and dangling an open clasp knife.
He was muttering to himself in a
savage tone: "I've done it! I've done it:
I said I would! I said I would:"
Tom Smale in an agong of fear
rushed up to Irving. who waved him
on one side with threatening gestures.
"For God's sake, man," screamed the
distracted Smale, "tell us where be is!"
Irving, scarcely moving a muscle,
pointed to a heap of dead leaves and
in sepulchral tones cried: "He's there-
there: I've done for him: I've mur-
dered him!"
Smale literally bounded to the heap
and began flinging aside the leaves iu
every direction. Presently he found
the body of Harry Montague lying face
downward. Almost paralyzed with
fear, Smale just managed to turn the
head around and found Montague con-
vulsed with laughter, with a pocket
handkerchief In his mouth to prevent
an explosion. Never was better acting
seen on any stage.


Specialties of the Friggitrici In Naples
and Genoa.
Huge meaty chestnuts are found ev-
erywhere in Italy. Peeled and boiled
in a reddish broth seasoned with lau-
rel leaves and caraway seeds, the nuts
are palatable. About two dozen of the
large kernels are sold for a penny. In
both Genoa and Naples the friggitrici
are interesting, and some of their spe-
cialties mae well worth a trial if one
can forget the unappetizing appear-
ance of cooks and cooking appliances.
One friggitrlIce attracts attention to a
tray of godkan balls which she pies In
a pyramid. The golden balls are arti-
chokes. They are boled in salted wa-
ter until tender and are put in a pan
over steam to keep them hot until a
customer appears. For threepence the
vender wil take one from the stem-
tag pan, dry It. dip ft Into batter and
pop it Into the hot oiL A moment
latIer a golden brown ball. delicious
and crspy on the outside and tender
and snecubent on the Inside, to handed
to the prchaser. The frying to man-
aged In such a way that when the
fritter are taken from the kettle they
are very hot, bat so dry on the outsde
that they scaredy oil the fingers when
eaten from the hand. Another frg-
gitrice specialty sto that of cheese balls
They are made of paste filled with
grated cheese and fried. Mmhed chest-
nuts. rice, chopped chicken and many
vegetables are used to vary the fillings
for the popular fritos. Some of the
frying kettles are portable, and the
friggitrici have regular routes like the
mInlirme, where they tap at the base-
ment door, get their orders, take their
tiny bellows and blow up the char-
coal until it glows and then cook the
breakfast of meat balls or rice cakes
or artichokes, which are sent in hot.-
Leslie's Weekly.

Only two species of that singular In-
sectivorous mammal the solenodon,
are known, one Inhbiting Haiti and
the other Cuba. They differ chiefly In
the color and quality of their fur.
Solenodons are quaint looking nnlImsg,
rather larger than rats, with long flexi-
ble snouts and naked tails. They are

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Preauwen- of the Unltet .-ates-
Vice President of the United States-
United States Senator-
Member of Congress, 1st District-
Presidential Electors-
Railroad Commissioner-
Secretary of State-
Attorney General-
State Supt. of Public Instruction-
Commissioner of Agriculture-
Justices of the Supreme Court-

W. D. CARN of Ocala.
L. S. LIGHT of Reddick.
County Judge-
Clerk of Circuit Court-
S. T. SISTRUNK of Ocala.
Tax Collector-
E. L. CARNEY of Ocala.
Tax Assessor-


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hassle, th- '.,t i':. hi- ' -"
of September. A [) l1,"%
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To Honry (u'r!om
County. Mi~r
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A special m meeting f 'h- a,, k i l
ers of the Mutuial Mining ,o *t al re
held at the office( ,f the <,nian, at
Ocala. Fla.. on Mondlay. th ''h lay
of October, A. D 19A, a' I; I,, o-i
a. m., for the purpbise ,f n fn
the following pro|lmttt.ns. ,a
To increase the rapltal ?<*iwk said company from 2t"o' "*"' ,' ",
$400.000.01, andl to am-,nl Ar'i ;I
of its charter acco)riltnilv
To increase the ar ,tin4, ,f rn ,-,
edness or liability to i h< ,h 'M
pany shall at any ,:n.,.- -, *_'- f
from $2114).040t ,,,, to *4'* I.-- ,, 0# .Al ,,,

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IIraI IB lIr ently received from IM
r -,+ I r il th- T: ,,r<< A 1: liti bn by Dr Baker of the
0,04. Mme'.- 1,6 1p .' "co :
'' '* '' l, t,401,,. ,a"Miar,-nt of Rollins Col T O
10 111-** ., .i t.< inventor writes as
.0 Ib- k'"I ," ,,, f<,m .. i,(' f'"rn t bg is much talk- of .,)f
lo + ". 'rr"..!t at.'tic cheap and quick: + V
I. 0N o to o -I. L, r 1W 1 hise Must Use the Forests Consenr
-# toS ooI t a i r' 1'.ip- of m an letters ,-
S "* *, '*."it' ',tl n,.-ipag r articles. d*-spri'.- Lumber
***' fig t. .., n a ',,,n h is ., w which I am abint L mr
r. '.* I. *e.. ta g o, The m rit.-rs of m os of th--
. 'S -h*J%' ,.-.' I. 1 ''lr" hA-., n t,:1.l th.. articles, and "All lumbermen are not wasteful-
5- '.' ., I ,"a*k.. 'htp ,-'Ia,.,on to #-xilain ju.-t far from it." says R. S. Kellogg, as-
h. *'. ., .- (what I iarim to do. sistant forester in the United States
e,- -. I A,, hav.. m.lel. one-foutrth the forest service, in speaking about the
s a artq". *u'-. It*-*rati. a 1S. of t e house, designed by New progress of forestry in this country.
o* "a 4 o, Oer"hich ai & V,,k arrhirt.ct "'Just the contrary is true in many
, b -- '" "*" "I am *, aJtrueing Iron moulds andl cases, and the number of men in the
o0 4.-t,%1Ing marbihtnervy whereby a full lumber industry awakening to the ne-
T. W m .m ,.- *"'*'a ,t11 *-4 hi,.- ran b c rast in twelve! cessitv of conserving the country's

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|our, afte-r the- moulds are in :)o-,!- forest resources is Increasing each
I'II '1' ....j ut ix lays the iron day. Progressive lumbermen realize
,,,, .. .-^. r..n,,.-,i :n.i the h)j.-, that they must adopt conservative
sill Is. r 'I'*- ,,',R..- tMoth. et C an,1 af'<- death of their great industry.
,' Iri -s V6,x" 'i. 2, rrt,:ttily be real. "Vast stretches of territory have
V'*r lt+,T been made barren through, as we
i ..... i 'h.. h.^. for ont- thous-';hink now. the careless and almost
ai ,r.... .,i .an ,diiy Roil as th.- material; bermen. Practically every section of
* ,..' ti. ,-'.:ar i, all that is the country bears scars left after he

h,. I use.>n. -xc.'. 'f had skinned the land and left what

i tr. i,. I-n.-n, remained open to the ravages of fire.
1>' '*' "' '- :' moilel- w'i The waste in the woods was terrific;
I'ti, ." .,. ho ,,st of the Jth- the mill waste was almost as serious.
.na, hiti.. a,$,-' 11, 0,4,,, Fr.r-! In many cases the percentage of the
hi.. ,,,'Ot an ,;nlimi#..1 numbln-r of tree that was sent to the market in
h ,,.i-. ,. *....r..,'eji But hc,- s the form of lumber was so small that
*', *..... -.4 tr ,, price tiani-1 would be ashamed to mention the
4 wi h a Punile mould, as the machir.- figure. It was considerably less than
, AL Ti...' u ,' t It.. i '.. for s Aev ^il half.
i- 14 itf m,)illt-for say six h.)u-- "All this. however, was more the
.-. .- "h.- *h ,'h- iat. .* ir -,,n'ln ;o:- .-ni)l)v- visual lumbermen. While some of
" '- .-,Zi. tr'-,i t,-1 to w".\* tnem were without doubt unnecessar-
t I ;l:,..'? Th.- paT',rn- wh;c' i:y wasteful, the majority operated as
I an n,:*o-,i:. ar." ,, ,!ovise]l thua i !' economically as they were able to
an,. ;aatt.-ria can be used to mak,.-i and still make a profit. Lumber was
.. -'*.... ff...-n" type,, 4f hou.-.:;. ch-ap. and many times only the best
'. .'. 't *,'l,:.:i.-i will ') grades could be sold. Things have
m.'-. :,., '! ',,. -., ral mo',is. ne-n changing during the last few
h w. '. -;!: art wl. su years. however, for the timber supply
-'-=.- .- is dwindlling, and prices of forest pro-
S. .. .* ,n', ".., s wi'i; tlipt ducts are rising to a point that per-
S *. itA: rTon,, fi,)i it. anl !mnits a fuller utilization of timber.
.. -I ; l.t.-.- !.'itable .iar- "Wate has been reduced because
,.-; Ak,. nia.,- w *',; ts atn,i ere, ho :;-.A coailitions now make it profitable to
0 a' AtI\ Pa'vniont.; on acc-)unt ot I use much of :he stuff that was for-
.' +t.,.** ,;nL r-'r('tion '*in: merly left in '.he woods. Improved
+. t.i Th of hl house be ,.itis sawmill machinery is also playing an
S, m.. aa,:il thai the v shall i s- important part in the matter of the
'- ni a',-:'ail ':* n'),ng will be closer utilization of the tree. Better
*cru-. .,'ii tb.- e-xpe.rim.nta' house is work in the woods, reduction of mill

a *b ks ., v -* aft,1. *1"t. ,htPis. LIST OF TEXT BOOKS
P O*I I+ .*., ,' '. r.^--t. 'at>,. ;,*' -
611 bw o f IW-. , IO ftnl.t n State of Florida.
0. ,--- 'S .l # -,. ,.,un-. Tallahassee. September S. 190S.
*f, E, ucational Department.
I* te. ,.e-- *'% 'U ll Knd v ,06,. Th.. f,!'.mwing I; a list of text books
ts 1 00 -0..;.,.. ,o .. ."t-.. bt, .u ',& t. ,'.. .I a thb basis of the June
A w lb h.o .. 0.'4 *$ aI-.4 'J,.-amtnathtoji !4)9
Mp !w I.' puhFdi.tol th.t ()rthograpby-Roedl's Word Lessons
__ o.w-a s. .i w-oarn t,, ,_.<., I Maynar-t. Merrill & Co.. New
osa ft .,w-Sw.a h-. *.y, 1 hIp" York
s ,am *" '*0 ,,' u;e.'t-r t,-f I Compoit ionn-Elements of English
0" s -*a '* i, l "b' a-& I ,Compo oition by Gardiner. Kittreedge
o. w -,. ,apr. Tth, ujii F'l ald Arnoli it5 Ginn & Co.. Atlan-
amw4wAsbiwvo ws ot f bo le *I&Ga

waste and protection of timber hold-
ings from fire are going a long way to-
wards conserving our forest resourc-
"Do not think from this that all of
the old time practices have ceased, or
that all who are cutting our forests
are practicing forestry-not all, nor
maybe the majority, but the number
is increasing, for the wide-awake men
are learning that conservative lum-
bering pays. A progressive Pennsyl-
vania firm. manufacturing lumber,
laths and shingles, outlines its policy
as follows:
"'We have always pursued a conserv-
ative course in lumbering, taking care

tr S" f '1n t, .0, r% a I-9 Radtngx-Any standard author will of our timber and striving to keep
- T,1. .1 har thapo4b ,t, a' t'1i ;1r out the fire. Any timber that blows
m OA4 b a,-* h,.',ltn a6 the- taf-I Arithmetle-Milne's Standard (65c). down or should be burned we gather
+t. dI I.. f, .b lb.-. ,a. -'e', American Book Co. Atlanta. Ga. up at once and always, so far as pos-
W e., It -. ',,,hf 41 *s,.-". 5g 9 na Th.-,m tbtncg an ,4,W. American Book Co.
m^t4 -...** ',* n,. at.i ,*,,-<.- m FPorida Hi'*,or~v--Br'var,! and B- n-
,Pt. *, f. aft. .,, .,.r r-iorida HI. storyABrevard and B on MOVEMENT OF ORANGES AND
.*r. V. '. gt^. -' ht- .%... American Book Co.. GRAPEFRUIT
4,. ,. -,, ,,.- N,,," Fal'.,irt' H & W B Drew Co.. F
i-, 0- ,.. '. a e-,. ii 1l'. Fla The movement of the orange and
S.. ..* U... "" I Hi-t,r--Fiel.' Grammar, grapefruit crops is now on and with-
4 *. b , A,. nierican Book Co. in a few weeks the various transpor-
U F. ma tt' (.rh-Redway's Natural Ad-tation lines in the state will have all
1. ,'t. ,t,1 ""(1 .;: .., aAmerican Book Co. they can manage carrying the golden
, 1 i'; .....;,. -- ,.:-auo Elt iei s oI fruit to northern and eastern mar-
'" T-.' M..cMi!lan. Co.. Atlanta. kets.
H, :" F a Vi The orange crop is two weeks ear-
- ;,,l(.,'!,,nnett-Yocu1m's Civil lier this year than last. In other
S" - .*., .' S'a',- $1, F 0. Painter Co.. turning two weeks earlier than last
*'. ... T,.-n.ti FFla and BoynTon's School year. This can he attributed to the
1 .. *, L. <'1<.. 1, ('ifin & Co fact that thte conditions have been
o tof le.bhrai- Mtrn.i".s Hih School ($1I. just right.
... L, f i trl n H'I-k Co The fruit has a bright, healthy ap-
1h -,, ;,ra,- Maury-Si- ipearance. andi is juicy and luscious.

The best way to go after export bus- lie
Miness is to hammer away at the trade
LUI MVlDEL I VlEthrough the medium of expert sales- --
men. Orders should be filled prompt- cpas
~ly without substitution and strictly GMgguB --
attending to specifications, with par- S
atively or Wait Death of the ticular attention given to packing. ^WFIN1bIO",,tj or
Industry. A great many of the English. and 4 0 o ?m^0,O.Ul |o
industry a aft, 6suvow
German manufacturers do not find it VmM WN o sINA a
profitable to work the territories emevsuauTS -@"e |

"'We manufacture with thin saws. through their own individual sales- KER N&M SA I
band and gangs. We strive to do our men. It depends entirely on the line
work as well as anybody can and take of goods and the demand for them. fn
pride in the fact that we can furnish The manufacturer must first find PROFESIONAL GAUS
anything in white oak. white pine, orwhether a demand existed, or should -WE -
hemlock that any firm can east of the be created for his goods. Then he W. H POWERS M S.
Rocky mountains, and at any time. should see that such salesmen should -
We make all our laths from the slabs not have more than say, twenty lines. PHYSICIAN AND IUUhWON
and edgings, making about six and a Each manufacturer should guarantee --
half million a year. The balance of to the salesman his proportion of the i Y3- 31@of
the hemlock slabs and edgings, after amount necessary for traveling Ix- OCALA, LO
taking out the lath, we load up and penses. The methods of doing busi- E.W. AVIB.
send to the pulp-wood mill, about ness and style of goods required are!
6000 cords per year. Our shingles are as varied as the countries are distine- ATTORNEY AT LAW
made from broken pieces, forks and tive in their languages and customs
hollow butts, about six million a year. The American salesman, not being Gary Block
We also gather up the tops an.i limbs accustomed to the procrastinating OCALA F m
of the hemlock and hardwood timberhabits of eastern people, becomes im ______.
left in the slashings, using all but the patient and spends too little rime in R. D. FULLER.
oak. hickory and chestnut, and send each port. -
that to the pulp mills, about 5000 1 would suggest that manufacturer) DE.TIaT
cords of 160 cubic feet each, per year. engage the services of salesmen who -
This gathers up the refuse in the for- have had experience in export bus.i- Over Munroe & Cbainbawv 9=
est so well that there is little fucl to ness and who are known to be inluis- OCALA. o L
make a destructive forest fire. trious and trustworthy. I D--
"'Every man in our employ for the Statistics show that while we are, t A..
heavy buyers in a great many of theso
past thirty years has had positive or- eastern countries, we send theDm com DNTI'
eastern countries. we send them com- I w
ders when he sees a smoke start on paratively little in return. Many man-
our land or anyone else's to drop his ufacturers look askance at the export! Holde ClAc
work at once, and go and put that trade simply because they have been i
fire out. If he hasn't help sufficient to poorly advised or have mishandled it. i URRANT
ai it tr ,qn t ,iir ,, d wa l T; In many cases they. themselves, are' PGURRA .


QU' It, l'J iatolAA Ji UIAo L Ur A Lc auL i VS t" Will
give him men enough to put it out.
In this way we have saved nearly all
our land from devastation by fire. It
is coming up well in second growth,
of which we do not cut any.
"'A question of taxation is a very
serious one. Timber land has been
assessed and taxed so high that the
owners have been compelled to cut it
off and could not hold it. Our recent
law permits some concession on thir-
ty acres of land only to one owner
where kept in growing timber. If tax-
ation of growing timber were lower
owners would not be compelled to cut

it so rapidly.

So far we have not

succeeded in any legislation for the
prevention of forest fires that amounts
to anything. If the fire can be kept
out and taxation reduced, with judi-
cious cutting there is no reason why
Pennsylvania should not have timber
sufficient for all time.'
"Statements like these," continued
the forester, "show that practical men
of the lumber industry at present are
different from the old timers who
went into the forest, slashed away to
their heart's content, and told the
world that the timber resources of
the United States were inexhaustible.
Although a considerable proportion of
our future supply will come from na-
tional and state forests, the great bulk
of our timber land is in private hands,
and much of the lumber used by the
next generation will come from it.
While there are unquestionably short
years ahead for us we can eventually
produce all the timber we really need
if we go at it in the right fashion."


Since the resumption of the news-
paper gossip about the marriage of
Miss Elkins and the Duke of Abruzzi
the wedding date has been shifted
from January 29 to November and
more lattterly to the next month. A
reliable source says the ceremony
will be performed in America, acoord-

to blame for not studying the condi-i VETERINARY *tR;ON
tions and for not taking advice of our:
people on the ground when it was giv- -
en to them. There is no reason why 1 Opposite AL-e (*
American manufacturers, with their, OCALA VIO
skilled labor, constantly improving
machinery, and raw products close at
hand. should not compete successfully fi r
with Euronean nations who have tol F 5 9_ "*a

import their raw products.-American I&
Industries for September. am
I~~~b!,e g ~aB

Since Mrs. McAllister returned from lal ,
the now famous trip to Europe, she a, o-*
has found her mail loaded with letters
from all over the country asking for B
information as to bow a lady may B
cross the ocean and travel the conti- -____ ____
nent and take with her only one small_____
suit case. -
That Mrs. McAllister has recently
accomplished that task and also had Mc VII aad ,4C1A4
a fine time while doing it, all the
world knows now.
Dozens of letters have been receiv-
ed from ladies who desire a Ust of
the articles of wear too be placed in
the grip; others want detailed infor-
mation as to the trip, and the places FU N E R A L
to visit. Still others want Mrs. Mc-
Allister to travel and lecture on the D R
subject before organizations of wo-
men, and there are many other things l|
HaveshtuU stuk .1('.6..
that the excited correspondents %ant Had i ursl u Ou t a. tla eS
her to do. Burial s @ViQ.
These letters are not from ladles E^&a--
alone. Hundreds of them are from .__ _
men. Many praise Mrs. McAllister
for her good sense and bravery; doz- R BUTT
ens of them desire to come to Florida JERRY BURINE T,
and visit the lady who has so success-
fully achieved fame for herself and T115
Miami, and not a few of them. arous- Mn oI M
ed to a pitch of excitement by the no-
table achievement and the published OCALAo FLA.
photographs of Mrs. McAllister. hawe
made most earnest proposals of mar ;Finest Imported and AJo.H
riage. ttic Coltr
Some of those last letters are excru..
ciatingly funny, and would mak-e 1+-!
lightful rcpading for the publicI. TTAILT
Mrs. McAllister is too consilerate to. iT --_
l)permit the letters to he usd.-Miami',

ing to the wish of the duke. i News-Record.
The Duke of Abruzzi is known for
his dislike of all that constitutes the MADAME MELBA'S SON TO GET; -
court ceremonies and etiquette. hut DIVORCE -'-a"
at the same time he does not want -
to hurt the feelings of his atunt, th,-. George Armstrong Maldame Me:,
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TIere i not a more complete liquor store in Florida tb&nn ours.
a" Mw* xceilent facilities for handliDg naiji orders puis us inD a
MMt.o w4ive our customers prompt attention. (Our stock con-
a nf o. %rythiug in the line of i

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SOperators and Others With Capital to Invest Shculd Support

i the Move.

I Jac'ksenvi!e, Fla.. Sept. 15, 190S.
U15, BIEUE- 1C6, GURIs, ETC. A meeting (if th- board of trade of
IPORTED AND DOMESTIC. Jthe city .f Jac,'*r-.nville, Fla., was held
AJuly I- l*, to consider the condition
(of the naval st(,res industry of this
iand other stat-s in the turpentine
u ter uee Rbye lIt. and to ta'ke measur,0s loiking to
r Qu_, Ry- r.-`io f fr1-11n :he existing d,.- 'resion
SfI .,r'r-s of producT S veral
I a splendid whiskey, and We guarantee res,:iuti,n.s wer ;Adopte. d whieh
f f,,'uth ( of th a ,usEs r'- srp,,n1 ible
that nothing better at the price can be se-i., t 1 ,...n c,,ition ,f4 th. indus
cured anywhere. We are confident that a W. (. ,::.l,-e h.-rev.*ih a ,rpy rf
t."u : .'* ., l :: .s rtferr -d to.
trial order 4of these goods will be the leader "'"- r.-shtion. v.w that ti'"
,-,ndi'ti,,ns v.hich now pv',-vall in the!
to future business, and we name the. ra ,, trre market ar, h, tile to th.
int-rests f both pur ,uce(-rs and con-
following prie."s: ;1 '4".i. ;i1 th.-t :h-ir .,'ntinuance
N w;l r' -ilt in r-nrm',:5 !iss to e-very
-class s ,f business i n. thst tata.t '
Owe Quart : : 0 $1.00 whose natural wealth iarg'y cinsists
,.f long loif pine timnb-r. We invit"-
Two Quarts : : : : : 2.00 ur .careful, study of the causes of
tho- depression in th. naval stores bu'-
Four Quarts [express prepaid] : 4.00 in-ss which a re rc cited in the enclos-
-ed resolutions. In particular. w call
your attention to the contr-,l of the
naval stores market, w-hich has been
Send for Our Mail Order Price List. acquir.-d by special interests, and the
effect of such influences upon the pro- I
ducers of the Gulf statt s.
*I c l ^ n pursuance of the plan adopted
Srby the Jacksonville beard tif trade, the
I O c a F undersigned committee has be.en
N -charged with the duty of organizing
FAVORITE MAIL ORDER HOUSE a corporation to assist in distributing
the product of the naval stores indus- i
try in such a manner as to restore the
influence of competition upon prices
and to divorce this business from the
ik f a W all practices which have been character-
ized in the enclosed resolutions. The
e a b W a|I committee has been in communication j
with the representatives of the naval
h~s~h~s stores business throughout the Gulf
________ H states for two months past. and as a
result of these conferences it has for-
mulated a prospectus and plan of
S- organization -if a new corporation to
be called The Naval Stores Marketing
t It a It is the purpose of the committee
a I t I to cause this corporation to be organ- i
.i l 9 sized at once. To this t-nd. thp com-
IFmittee has determined to ask for sub-
W -- ^ V- x --W- scriptions throughout the entire tur-
pentine belt among business me-n and
I investors of all classes. The import-
-l A FEN C ance of the naval stores industry
se-mns to the committee so clear that
IC A N F EEit feels Justified in asking all classes
^ N F E N .. E of business men to lend their aid in
f to =am Get th e Mg.bea kirek &a the promotion of a concern whose ob-1f
do Ieacty prportiond qlity of t gteelj Ject is to restore prosperity to an in-T
We dL H dustry, the success of which means
rab k i.o r lock aud epaias its merits and so much to the Gulf states,
& do bu is AB I Ce ad aS U A d et The magnitude of this undertaking;
is such that it is necessary to call to f
its aid every branch of business int
WN AW1iA CO the state affected. The influence of!
HR -the press in presenting this matter t
OCALA, FLORIDA to the public is so great that the corn-
.. . mittee has taken the liberty of ask-
ing you to place this matter before
your readers in such form as' you
W Isk r^ _t 11 __ think best. If you share these views
IW ine lOSfI S. of the situation and believe with the
f committee that the prosperity of your
state will be promoted and that up-
right business methods and freedom
X UR of competition will once more be es-
tablished in the naval stores industry
EH A H \ kby the organization of a naval stores
marketing company, we shall thank
with the letter to the public which ac-
31B *- *L^ompanies it. and with such editorial
comments as you may be pleased to
\make. If you feel disposed to do so.
the committee will be glad to lhave
you publish the resolutions of the
Jacksonville board of trade, which are
up 4, yf ul 0 ts ,,likewise enclosed. Any assistance
f l Q Spromotion of this undertaking will be 1

r^ -O -very much appreciated by the corn-
Fa cy Ca oons mittee. Yours very truly,
Fa c 7tGeo. L. Drew, Chairman. 1
Hiev rcd at your Extract from Report of Committee 9
"The prosperity which has marked
O^f the naval stores industry for a num- 1
^b0 her of years has within the past year:
pres O ffic Abeen succeeded by the depressing ef- F
fetels of extraordinary low prices.,
__, _l _f .^, Spirits of turpentine is now being (
o r S. sold at prices lower than uny which c
9 ~ 1w have been touched for seven or eight u
o r *3 years. The prices of naval stores a
have dropped by a steady movement s

ior several months rast me regrular- i

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Florido's Higher EducOtioqOl I""1'-_-.

The SU WISPeg Ow

jP'lorida r7.*a).t n~
Talliabhvs. r o'l*

Gainsville, Florida.

men, offering Literary, Sc!entiflc En-
.culia-Iy oren to :he : ..n:;laton sneering, Agricultural and pdagrgl-
*hostile sp.-culators. The osir- f cal Courses.
the busin,.-s shows that .t has beo-n Snrong Faculty: well equ:.p,,, .ab-
cmparativte;y easy for rid's s n.s and
corporatins p'i>.sessii:g -xririv. orarores; thoro;.:gh instruction, both
weath to ,-min(ar an,~l! .,,:,r'! th,. :eore:ical and practical; ,arfil -':-
mark,-t ,'f this r' ',,dutT a:... arb-trarvily
t, fix tle- pric.-s which lha:l h ei pervision and ,iveip!:ne nm'ral
,*nitin frto th,.ir pro,,lu,-:s. AIith :,u h tone
thi supl,i ,f ti:nbr :?- wi::e.l and i
cn-tat itiv 'lt.krorasing. . ;t:th, j No tuition charg-s- o Fior:,la t'J
tie omnan.] for thi-, ir.']',' ..t an- .-nts. ,ther- exp-ns-s v-r v ow For
..., y ,". neffr a.sing than l' ri, ..p aifi!
- fhas st. t (lacl,"!. A i Aalcgue and lnf,)rr ati,-n, aiddres
' "n1~ 'n ,irr y i l,-cir,! 1 *+
.nins ir-,,n~li, g :h. :i,.-I.: ANDREW SLEDD.
.mai-K-t, I,,.nt to, th- zh'rt ,t"-.,n Th.t:
tn-' ..xi ti::g Irites are. n,,t .:!-e r.,?sut Prsid t.
<'f the law of supply anda ( 1i..' and. .:: ' __. -
:,:r,. "he -.'fie,. ",f spe'.:'ulatire_ :.i;,;. ,_:; -
*ionn In thf" interest of :>' ex 4orttr+." l E
and are de-ign.-d to dep:iv.- the r-
du<,-r if even a mml'de-t ,,.'it. MI
"'T ... eff .,f these ;i, tr;i ry.-,,I ices
is not confln.d to P ,ri:d i. Th: -..-i,,uZ
the turpe-ntine b+:elt in ;ergi;t. A'.a- FURNITUR
Lama. Missis-i ,pi T, T x::. .ir. L'cii-
ia;ia the pr "'uct-rs are a he .1..' r
,,f .*:-ain exp,.,rtr.. Ti-- disa;!..ui WV E C A R R Y E V E 1: Y r H
re(-sults of such h,,stil- c-' mbi::itions
against tht, normal intlu, n.-, .f4 sui'ly o e ur is
and demand work equaly ;tgtinst h o-1 F
inter st of all of the Suthrn stat.s. Rugs, Art Sqluares and Matting&.
inte-t o -..1..f te d Room Suitstat-s
As more than (in,-.:aif (If a:l the na-
a] stores produced in Am.,rica rome Beoni d 'uits
from th,, state of Fl-,rila. th.- in- In Mahogony, Birch, Birdseye
t.r(-t. (of this state and of *he ity Maple and Oak.
of Jacksonville are no,-t 'r,*.(-iy in-
"The depressing .ff-ct -'of thes- M s.lson Furniture
manipulat,.d prices is iisi. tO ev- in all the different flnisheal
cry one. Tht- future- intluEn,. '- if thet
continuance of present c,4nditions

is yet more serious.

Product Arbitrarily Diverted

"*The, control of the naval stir.
markets having passed b.-y.,nd the t.f-
feet of the law of supply and d-mniand.
the result is clearly shown in the
movement of this pr(od.:,.t to coast-
wise and foreign ports. Instead of
shiprn-nts be-ing made to FPernandina.
Jacksonville and the Gulf perth ne-ar-
-st the sources (of supply, about sev-
enty per cent of the prodi:et is being
arbitr;-rilv and unnaturally diverted
"!sewhere. The effect of this dis-
crimination against Jacksonville and
other cities to which the business be-
longs is becoming increasingly mani-
fest. It will not be possible f."r the
commerce of Jacksonvii!e and the
Gulf ports to attain th, ir normal pro-
portions unless naval stores can be
obtained to form a part of mixed
cargoes with lumber, cotton and phos-
phate. The progress and prosperity
of Jacksonville and the Gulf ports
is being threatened by th., se artificial
conditions. Under normal conditions,
the greater part of the naval stores
products in Florida would come to
Jacksonville and be shipped from its
wharves. It is plain to everyone what
this would mean to the busint ss of our
city. This discrimination against
Jacksonville and other Florida and
Gulf ports is not only a loss to the
business of these ports, but it is a
heavy burden upon the operator. The
increased cost of transportation else-
where, and of handling and shipping
the product there, falls upon the man
in the woods. It natural conditions
were permitted to exist, the product
of Florida would find its way to the
nearest port where deep water existed,
and Jacksonville and the naval stores
producers of Florida would be the
gainers. The same manipulations of
prices and diversions of shipments
are found in the trade in the Western
Gulf states. Even greater arbitrary
differentials are imposed upon the
producers of that section, who are
helple-ss in the grasp of the monopoly
which controls the price and distri-
bution of the product.
"In view of these conditions, the
governors of the board of trade of
Jacksonville feel that the attention of
the members of the board, of the peo-
ple of Jacksonville, of the state of
Florida, and of the producers of the
-ntire turpentine belt should be for-
cibly directed to the situation. Relief
cannot be obtained to soon. Our nat-
ural resources ore being dissipated
and forever lost. The business of the
state is being diverted, and speculat-
ive monopolistic nower is being used

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Parlor Suits
In Leather. Uphoh*ttere AO 9 S

Dining Room Suits
of all hkind* M--h--a"- *

China and Crockery
Complete filne--Dne soa-
Odd Pices

All Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace Lurtaini. P and Upholstering Goods
Heaters, Ranges, Cook Stoves
Full Lint of L'p-to-d(ate Pictures, frani'-, anI unfram.-I. an* Pir
ture Moutdings. IHI "4t4,'k oIf

Farm and Turpentine Wagons, Buggies, HaNm ao n dSa
Exclusive sale of the beet wagon on earthi-h- S"he 'i-, r
And carry the very best iiae of High (Grad.le B RTgiZK- ,I



rpriek. Lim-. C.-trnnt. ..., r
Hair. Lath, shin4l,+.
Flintkote Roofing,
White Lead. Varni-oi-. :

Points ei$


Wall Paper. Alabastine and Ma;nit- WAa i t-'.'., -
sit give vs a trial. IM.We wil! not be unatrlI ind w IIt ii.6"
Molver & Mookay

Rollins College
College, Academy and Schools of Music, Expr l-,,rn. Fln. 4rts, I*. nivo-
tic and Industrial Arts and Business.
Carnegie Hall and thir-i men's dor rnitory now x.,ing up ... tr, mh,..
steam and furnace heat; large faculty; perfect health ', nTli .,n. n V'.-
nasium. athletic field; tennis courts, g,,if llnkq. baj.b. ;I an,! t.e@. t, ,
teams, champions of Florida this year. Nearly a quarter of a noIll, .n 4
endowment; expenses moderate: sch., arshipi, available Chrta'.an. jiv ,f
nominational: stands for



Next session begins October 7. F,,r catalogute. adtre.m 'he P".1t0t.

Win. F. BLACKMAN. Ph. D.

- ~~~ ~ ~ ~ w u --- -r- Via. arm, rNon"

The Breakers by the Sea
Will be opened June 1, under the management of 1 M MABKTT c
The house will be conducted on a higher pla. tba evtboom*,
thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Roo ms siag or s il.
with or without private laths. Fine fishing and tb. bpet .swf bt
ing in the world.

ates, $1 per day and upward, aceordhng to Ioeft of romm

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Yb...ew ~ wi wireless telegraphy has lately been Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
.te w tll 1.. aumbp o oehan" i itProved to take down messages au- The McIntosh High School opened
&.L mad Itm .to. t ifacilty alt tomticaliy. Heretofore a man had September :th. with an enrollmcut
Ia Im j.rrc N j yr. all t ft 10 t @ tW 'via& rdT r moro -f. down the messages as they came Anthony. Fla. is principal; Miss Gor-
t., 't 3 aia overmlg andlf 101ong. Now the receiving machine is trude McAdams of South Carolina andl
.a "'beral t 0o"* of t o he iUtu- Iflxed to give a series of sparks which !Miss Belle Bishop of Sutherland, K'a,

t. labba oLtin"0rec 'orded on a slow moving photo- assistants. Miss Griffin has been wirh
..ib dr of Atsl -nrek graph film. us for the past two sessions, but the
w v B glgth Alex-i It has long been the dream of na- other two young ladies have nevw-r
a40, Mr A#*-ax4.-r artly fdura-' val men to find a substitute for the taught here before. Miss McAdams
ON was -,jidurt4 by tutrwa Hp'glass mirrors in searchlights. The is a niece of Mrs. Ed Rush and Mi-'s
tMae t m h. elJeg f "Mjrw t Wow- heat of the arc and the concussion of. Bishop is a daughter of the late Rev
i-<-' I olI..- P?-sltaoa wherv. the guns often shatters these mirrors. Thurlow Bishop. who was the Metho-
b'r gr%4 @- ad asvjltrto0rlan an.' Now a new mirror is being made for list minister here some years ago.
af',-a. a' PrtIr.,,on 'niersilty the purpose by the electrolytic pro- Mrs. Baldwin has bought the furr.i-
H14. as..Pnt.-.i Prin-.ton rI-pr,-an-, cs. A thin silver film is deposited ture and household goods of Mrs.
t(a,.. at brIrtf Iniyv.r tVa on the convex side of the glass mould. Stewart at Oak Lawn. and will hive
'ar This is put in an electrolytic machine an auction sale on Thursday,
Te. -hait .f mat,'-mat a' will I,. and copper deposited on the silver1 ber 24th. Mrs. Stewart is the moth-
ta&.-- %t, Kr 1 I'atm--r k't N ,o Ha until it reaches the desired thickness, er of the late George Wilson, editor
' .mu Mr Palme-r grattiat-. in then the glass is removed, leaving the of the Florida Times-Union, an i 3
I3su fr.t o h- ei. Scatific I metal mirror. now in the home for the aged ;a lack-
-- .' Ia. Inie-rfIt)Y with he, Tantalum, the metal used in the new sonvlle.
do-- 1 t0 b 1 4- wam ,-I. -,.i to tantalum incandescent lamps, is so Mis.s Alice McRae leaves Thur.,lav,,hi t,, 'he -atnas XI oimriety. i hard that a diamond drill revolving on for Campville. Fla.. to take char-,g )f

-.'*-, ,ag-t in t io-tiftfic schoolIa sheet of the metal for three days
S'h. lIt -aIk Phi ,-ta Kappa .o-I barely left a mark. Incandescent
-', HO ',agh' in the- froNhman lamps made from this rare metal give
wt*-...tK .1,urtIah hi.s -nior ,-ar and nearly half as much more light for the
b ,, .-u'.i' n~it-lt and sources same cost as the ordinary lamps.
I#.-f a's, tai- tu,'t in pre*-paratory and An enterprising inventor has
r.e..vw * Mr Palmr has al brought out an electrically-heated I
wave. te-,s int V M (C A work.I bath robe. This garment is heated
m oe a Tf,ttali llav,-r and g enral by a large number of fine wires wov-,
ae W. ia- c, ,0w*I- en In the cloth which become warm
us& ltsatw'hb rmnoes of Cornell when connect-d to the electric light
I'.-'*-.,' *tl h.w 4I-an of women and socket. A" switch in one of the pock-
e aP.-r #hb inter, ,P of htb. young :eta controls the heat.
it,4- Nb01. ml.! al>, hate. charge of In northern California a run of eels
Mp *,,rt lt ht or I, in the rivers and creeks completely
Tw nft bof msicr an-1 musical the blocked the turbine water wheels in
OP sad b aritvft will tb- is charge, of several power plants. No way was
ar al D [rWoam. Mr lr-nn -n f'i."nd to get rid of the pests until one
bo ou ile. ,ra! mutir for four of the engineers caused a wire screen
rest* ,k ,-,.i an I work.l .-x.'n Ito be lowered In the water and charg-
aoteit ta 'b1., anr ',,ni..iTtan 4li.,', with several thousand volts. The
W1 IMI i.* th. rhe.'u, rlais I o-m-; *la.i were hauled away in w ag-
to- .' a a* q i.h and I- ons and buried.
* a "0",- !. t z-.,-u i .r'- Tht- leading trucking companies of
S. **'a'. N.w Y,'rk ('ity are using heavy elec-
1A t .'. *.- trick tr ick.- instead of horse trucks.
* a *' t.'. #-(.' ,, nt. .-t. N,"' onl\ .,i these trucks carry three
Laos .4. \. x'a' .a, I f ti t'i.', tily-. as nlich as the old ones but they;
46 |k-, 't k t I., '.1 i,I,.-,ri 41. the work much quicker. Th.- sror-

her school, which opens on Mondlay.
the 2Sth.
The ladies of the Evinston Metho-
dist church will sell ice cream at the
school house Saturday afternoon For
the benefit of the parsonage.
The trustees of the Evinston school
have been notified by the county su-
perintendent that Miss Vaust will be
their teacher this session, and vill
open school on Monday. October 5.
Mr. Frank Hester left for Jack-son-
ville Monday. to be gone several ,lavs
on business.
Mr. Fred Burgin left Monday to re-
sume his studies at the F. S. U.

attract tacks at a distance of four
The boy says that he feels only an
agreeable sensation. He has red hair
of the reddest possible hue. large
freckles and blue eyes.-American

Nat Goodwin. the actor, is suing
his wife, known on the stage as Max-
ine Elliott, for divorce at Reno, Nev.




It *'. '. To'. f, 'l<1% at:g. batte-ries h l.,l enough power to
-l ,*"" .- .-t.. a, ". 1';i'. tniv. r 't*o ten hours of hard service. A 1 wr
< nin ie miles bThe Danish inventor. Professor! A n Elegen H lf TOne Engrov-
.~~~~~~~~ A ,., ,. mhPo++ tn Eleg ent H-alf Tone-----"ngVrav-_
,. .. , ^i. an- i' ,,lh. P. has succeete,t in sending. the v i
I-----,N V.t ., ' ai hulnian voice 2m, miles by wirel-,ss. I 1Im "I 1! 1 1 "I
., lb-+'.. T .Fr '. % New York chicken farmer fattens ng 15x20 suitable for fram ing of
*1 j '.. t H...'-. i : chicks lby electricity. The hen
'. .+r. ..,k houses ar+- all brilliantly illuminated-
i ;* ; r an *.i,,r iih ;arc lights. and at interval ,. ... .. Fr.,, !:. in tt^. night the lights are turned II I I I K
I -p ,. r' ,t-- ni ,t's ant the misztiided fowls, thinkingi l N W ILLIAJsflBYl AN Iflll
rV1.4. .. a to t**, ; Il it t s da light. fly off the roosts and
Iof t' t, I'W, an *l-. eat This p!an is also said to coax anir N T C TU UNIT
d. -, &, r m,, ; -x'ra ^g or two away from the de- I N Tl lPRESIDENTOI U IHE UN iTED lSTATES
vThe* a #w 9,. at 4,.*c as I, n f1 n>.liarit I lu-ted he*nsj
se *.e.'e* ,* i *1'. h.' iW' A regillar service of electric omni-;
p o. r ., ,'t,&-%. an! arc,,ni h,-.e and electric cabs has been es-1W '. L T _> .
*, s .4A ha,,,, t,--n p.,k.tali.h-W in lMexico City. The omf- W 111 U given rCee to every cus*
a s 4 ,&.,at .. 't,.. 1,'v-.-Q "' ,tll-t 4 h;i g to parts not reached by the-
u .. i-electric cars and the cabs do a gener- 1 .. O 1t
S tS..,., to i Riuo ,.url.,igh all lpa.-ongor business tom er w ho spends nOe L ouar
wt(* a9 ba'g, i the *t partnamn' of
dM.&'eVI a' *a 1b.. ra~t iats- I f'ovi' SUIT WITHDRAWN
_....,.,,.. .+ ,1 _,_:. and upw ard at our Store on
S ahI. 1 The application for a receiver which
Se 4. .g.-,itlin th"' *' ^ ^in i'_
4 .* 4.-. I*'<. t**. .t... r-i' aa ^ fi sea eks ago by th )&1H IVA 1H T IF n A
I .. .. .. n,,. a iait ,.mn*'* ta( Publishing Company has hew'i IIIMONDAY AND TUESDAY ^ I
I04, wi. Iro4trig m.i! er i1uct withdrawnn. as well as the suits wh:ch .. ....
q,..., ..!im. 1a ,l i -r rep.r.,4I to have been ins, SEPTEMBER 2and 9 .
11 ,1. o.. .- 1. h#.-",'- .i Runors of foreclosure and re- "- -' I -- 0- *
b-, ,. "' *,.'ri (.-ivrhip have been numerous and
r.-,t 'in Jastiv' e t(o all concerned it is but
'"-"" .' '! i ",:" ' :I correction of the reports
... *. t .... tit.- thAi' wr. sent out from Tallahas.,-e m'
.. . .' ', 4t.utl.,l i, i, r;ntei It is generally |1

S.. ,- c ,,. ,,n '.' with h iscre ,i: f r ..-
S '. that the conipany The Acknowleded Chea st
.. ,. .. 't ,, i... itwo turitned with as a result oft The Acknowledged Cheapest
?ormifr nsismanagement. It is gener- Store in the City : : : :
S. H. 1 a ir1II tl' tt%'ifed by those in position to .
S*. . .a **n''a % kniu that the state printing unu dtm.
". .. 0 .... ,. .,- O,' h* "t' 'h.tirecttlon of Claude LEngle h-s SCHOOL BOOKS AND SUPPLIES AT REDUCED PRICES
*t t' *., *.. . ,', m nl -I ...n btlti'r and more satisfactorily v
*. ..,.. done than ever before, and his friends
Sm -,t-, K%.,- Ia 1 m ll glad to learn that hp has on-
tl., ..-I t i t' "" Ma'e* inar -.lrti the financial end of the LAM-I i
,, **, ,' A'. t, l I I I 10 Iut,'-it so well as to prevent "he AU iE MA"E
S ^, i . -1.i.ttit H4,' onimplication, that threatened.-'.al- uv NFA a L

certainly whether the oil was of no costs 5') cents at the Poitokc-* Irv
value, and it was clearly up to the Store, and the dyspeptte. n ,rvm ar
chemist to find uses for the pine oil. otherwise, who loes not gwv tb,, a
and to the salesman to create a mar- trial is losing an opportunity to r*
ket. gain health.

Pine oil is now sold in tank-car lots
to manufacturers of roofing paints and
varnishes. Considerable quantities
are consumed in the manufacture of
insulating materials, metal polishes

and cheap perfume. It
to yield very cheaply

has been found
terpenee hy-

drate." a drug which is at present
manufactured by somewhat costly
methods. Pine oil has also been sug-
gested as an excellent solvent for var-


Mr. Watson should kwow by tle
time that the democrats of 1 lore
are not in the habit of thmwins awi
their votes if they know it --Columb"

Since Mr Hlasgn ha. b@,n :I ('G

nish gums for the production of light gia. it has been dithavtr 'ha 1a
colored varnishes. Further investiga- can't make a spech But tIb oe
tion may even lead to its use as a has John Temp right bhy his s4i-
raw material in the production )f ar- a sort of Mose-s and Aarnm ar"mf
tificial camphor. ment. it wou1i. s..e-um -Aia & tam Mt
Thus, from a worthless product, pine aid. '-- -
oil has so much increased in valu-e 0 4l
that refined grades may now be sold What a pitvy It wotilI tw if o jp-
for from 40 to 50 cents a gallon. The ation those ,octors ptrf, ,- e.)A
very lowest grades sell for about 10 Temple should -leprtv. h :m of a r
cents a gallon. that notification 4p*ech Tb- li'.-Parp

collections of the ax- wipl, to- .e0
ELECTRA ITEMS a shining member -Bruntrck \wa

Special Cor. Ocala Banner: Will some one plae ,-11 i ,. wll
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McClymondls of Hearst Hisgen and John T."Io
Ocala. and little Elizabeth. Nelson Ot Graves are doing' It iti. ,ib P& I
Tampa. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. namedi a chance to 'alk a*at W4m t
Waters last week. and flowers ant blu,- s @-a anti -t6r
Mrs. J. A. Pittman's death was sail pretty things. but b.yontd hat aw l?
news in our burg, and Mr. Pttman's -Columbus Enqlrcrdur 101ua0
friends here extend to him their L'eep- 0 ~ f9e
est sympathy. Willie Hearst's sole & a W *l f
Mr. Crawford Armstrong of Madi- so far seems to be the df-e at it
son, who has been visiting Mr. J. C. democratic party aal .sp'ptally MM
Pillans and family for two weeks, left an. We would litke to Wys ot
for home Monday. for this alone. evwe tbou lb tf we f
Electra was well represented on the no other good an54 suSrkem rea
picnic excursion Saturday from Con- -Thomasville Ttams-Eatrprte
nor to Silver Springs. and all report * *
having had a most delightful time. The in-lependenc, party has vtws
Mr. P. T. Griggs of Moss Bluff, who Thomasvtille They camne mw i
was paralyzed some weeks ago. is went-that Is all we can .|1too tha
still improving, and is now able to they did t4) far Thor, toe r."e
walk around. We hope he will soon lent thing about this pr'y it s
be quite well. small it can travel O,,', the 0*W
Miss Marshall of Palatka Is teach- in a palace car -Rimto Trtb ha e
ing the Moss Bluff school. She is ail.
quite popular with the little folks an i
no doubt will be also with those of HERE'S AN EQG THAT'S HA o V
larger growth on further acquaint- CRACK
ance. -_
The musical at Mr. J. C. Pillans' A oni:tr -ir mar,4
was most delightful to all present. m'n a .iih'irl. i1 .1 t *,tt, 't,
and the novel refreshments. sugar sold half th" .1 *-,o. .is t a.
cane and chocolate candy, were high- a.- z r.',r . .-,,.n. .'*
ly enjoyable. Mr. John Rogers an-1 a ,i. ,n T, *.- ,,' *' .f
friend of his. also Mr. and Mrs. Bob .ha,' r,-anttra.-. ,'. < ,' n eg" -"t
Rogers of Lynne were in att-n-lance a'd to a thir.l -n. ,i ., f .t'e ,
JOHN PETER nmainl.-r :ir '.' ., ,, -.,
\\Wh-.n .* .0-r'*** a' .*h1 t4
A GREAT WORK AT OWENSBORO., rr. ,1 z.n ,.*h Hl i,. ,', ,
KENTUCKY it!+ i'h.,,ir i ',< .f .
-- >t; The following notice is clipp+,t *
from th e Baptist church paper o)f ANSWER TO It" P0h5LI
!K.ntarckr antl from it wil he

that Mr. Warren has lost none of his Atr fir,' iclani,. ,* i-1to. -. m.
popularity since leaving Ocala. His zIsA of h its. ( th:,(wl.-
friends will be pleased to read the po.b"itv i, ." ; .r *-o


A living storage battery is the only A striking example of a seemingly Mio-na that extraordlaary po
thing to which E. G. Atloy, an Amer- Iuseless waste product of the forest feet stomach tonic. will ,ltovoe 4
ican born child of Russian parents, which has developed into a marketa- pepsia in twenty-four hours
living with his widowed mother in ble commodity of no small impor- It will cure. and tis uarimt4 IV
Houston, Texas, can be compared. The tance is what is known as pine oil. the Poetofflice Drug Storo to thr e*
boy, who is seven years old. is a hu- The crude wood turpentine obtained ers of the Ocala Banner r to rur tim
man magnet, and possesses all the from the steam distillation of cer-, most pitiful cases of lyepwpila f t&
electric properties of a dynamo engine tain species of pine must be refined ken according to irertlotme
in addition, with considerable care before it can Ml-o-na tablets not only rures 47y
A metal filling was recently put inI be sold in competition with gum spir- pepsia. but all stomach jirt jrte@a
one tooth, and when the boy came iits. the true turpentine of com- such as vomiting of prgunaacy af W
home he picked up the knob used to: merce. By redistillation with team car sickness. and ti. stomach atrso
connect an electric fan with an elec- this crude product is usually separat- after excessive. Indulginer
trick light wire in his mother's resi- ed into two substances. The first. Mi-o-na cur,*e by str, wthsain M W
dence and thrust it into his mouth, which is the larger fraction, consists j invigorating ther flabby fowa hb walla
A threaded metal cap was on the almost entirely of the product known and after a course of Mi o-na re
end which screws into the cup for the technically as "pinene." This closely ment. constipation, tf their t is aam.
electric bulb. As the metal cap touch- resembles gum turpentine except for ] will entirely disappear
ed the metal tooth filling the boy's a barely perceptible difference in Read this from th, pr.-.i-a' of a
head jerked slightly, and the fan be- odor. The other fraction is a product New York corporation
gan to revolve and then to buzz fran- somewhat thicker and heavier than [ have been a terrible siff.-r.- from
tically at full speed. This kept up as turpentine, with a yellow color and dyspepsia and gastrtifis for ma=A
long as the circuit was completed in a very pleasant odor. This is known years. The mot eminent phyeatei
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hand for a few moments becomes it was extremely poor business to I York City.
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